The Global Social Enterprise Programme (GSEP) draws on the UK’s experience and expertise to promote inclusive economic systems and help address entrenched social and environmental problems in our communities and societies. Working across 29 countries with local and international partners, we provide capacity building for social entrepreneurs, promote social enterprise education in schools and universities, and manage international development projects that foster the growth of social enterprise. We also convene policy dialogues, organise study tours and publish reports to share knowledge and best practice in scaling the social economy.
The British Council’s Education, Arts & Society Strategic Business Unit for Sub-Saharan Africa, through its Skills and Enterprise Portfolio ensures, young men and women have the skills to be employable and to build inclusive economies which support stable and prosperous societies. Working across 18* countries in SSA, our overall outcome is of young people, especially young women in urban areas are better able to complete the transition to the world of work and entrepreneurship. We aim to have sustained youth engagement in social enterprises and entrepreneurship that supports decent employment. Through our work, we aim to build evidence and awareness around employability and social entrepreneurship, improve their access to business development services, capital and information for the growth of social enterprises.
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