We are actively engaging with a range of educational, youth and social enterprise organisations and bodies globally to grow SEQ.
Our international partners bring local knowledge and connections, capacity and infrastructure ‘on the ground’ and experience and knowledge of the sector.
Foundation for Youth Social Enterprise (FYSE)
SEQ is working in partnership with FYSE in China who deliver training to settings wanting to deliver the qualifications with learners.
FYSE enables social entrepreneurs to achieve their utmost impact. They identify needs and develop innovative solutions that enable social entrepreneurs to effectively tackle our society’s most pressing social and environmental challenges while expanding their business and creating jobs.
As a charitable foundation, they take a collaborative and hands-on approach, engaging a diverse network of partners including companies, government bodies, non-profit organizations and universities. With their partners, they are building an entrepreneurial ecosystem which provides a unique blend of resources, networks and funding to social entrepreneurs.
The Private Education Development Network (PEDN)
Founded by Ashoka Fellow Irene Mutumba in 2004, PEDN is a non profit organisation promoting youth empowerment through entrepreneurial and business skills programmes in primary, secondary and tertiary institutions in Uganda.
PEDN's mission is ‘to facilitate the development of young people's creative and innovative potential by equipping them with entrepreneurship skills and business education’.
With PEDN’s support, SEQ was trialled with the Girls Empowered to Empower (GEE) youth group, Educate!, Uganda Scouts Association, and some schools in Kampala.
We particularly welcome interest from organisations which are working with learners anywhere in the world with a commitment to working towards social change and environmental sustainability.
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