Giza, Egypt

Building on Training Methodology Agency (TMA)’s work for self-sustainability and security for the vulnerable populations of the Egyptian community, the United State Department of State’ Middle East Partnership Initiative is supporting TMA through a one-year matched project grant to establish its Youth Employability Support Centers (YES Centers). The YES Centers Project build on TMA’s work aimed at increasing the employability of underprivileged university students and recent graduates with targeted training, coaching and mentoring to effectively place them in gainful employment. Under this project, TMA will expand its reach to almost 500 students, working in partnership with institutions, private and public organization stakeholders “to better match students’ skills to the demands of the current domestic and global work force” said May Elbatran, Ph.D., TMA Managing Partner. Under this grant, TMA’s US based partner, TADE Group will “provide sustainable support that will bring innovative solutions to create the foundation for long-term competitiveness and economic sufficiency for youth participants, domestically and globally” said Ms. Doris Danchi Teye, CEO of TADE Group.