INDE and the Emprededores Juveniles de Nicaragua

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Monica Azofeifa, Francisco Leguizamon
Social Enterprise Knowledge Network ()

The Nicaraguas Young Entrepreneurs (EJN) program was founded in 1991 as a subsidiary of Junior Achievement International (JAI). Since 1997, the RJE has developed a new approach to the traditional JAI model of training young entrepreneurs by selecting at-risk youth to participate in its programs. Although the new young entrepreneurs model succeeded in gaining continued support from UNICEF, the traditional program, funded largely by contributions from the private sector, lost momentum and finally had no beneficiaries in 2000. By the end of 2002, the Executive Director of the program needed strong support for the traditional program and is expected to maintain or increase the number of beneficiaries in the new format. Provides information on the social programs developed by the three private companies Texaco, Pizza Hut and Coca Cola and their relationship with EJN.

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