Manzini Nazarene Mission Station,

House F20, 310, Dr David HYND Street, Farm 705.

Contact Information

Tel: (+288) 2505 6504 / 6045
Fax: 2505 8216

Working Hours

08:00 AM - 05:00PM Mon - Thu
08:00 AM - 02:00PM Friday

Details

JA Eswatini is for 2024 targeting 80 schools where the “Elevating Project Management in Youth Ecosystems” will be taught under the Project Management Institute Educational Foundation (PMIEF), a JA Eswatini partner since 2021.

This initiative will equip students with entrepreneurial skills by integrating project management principles and guide them in launching their own business. For 2024 this project will also empowers JA staff with essential skills for effective monitoring and evaluation

Already the Programs team has started school recruitments where the aspect of Project Management is emphasized where competencies required to run a business in today’s global economy are developed. A total of 10,000 students are targeted in this initiative in Eswatini only, where students will learn and practically apply project management in the companies they start and operate whilst in high school.

This partnership is also meant to further amplify and sustain PMIEF’s global impact by integrating project management into programming for youth. This strategic investment by PMIEF has helped student to better pursue their academic and professional goals by equipping them with the knowledge and skills necessary for 21st and the 4thIR which is a trend adopted in businesses.

This youth-focused strategy is implemented by PMIEF by utilizing organisations like JA Eswatini that work with young people in highly experiential, project-oriented activities. All schools and students taking part in the JA Company program get to experience and see the difference the project management brings to their business solutions.

The end of year competition allows the students to showcase what they would have learnt during the project management class. A category has been incorporated in the EXPO awards where the team that displays a great acumen in project management are awarded as such.

JA Africa has integrated project management into the Company Program in 14 member nations through a phased scale-up. “One of our priorities as Junior Achievement is to ensure that the content delivered to young people is continually reviewed and refreshed to make it more work-relevant. In incorporating the aspect of project management to the flagship program will enhance its impact as a program. We are proud of this partnership with PMIEF and we are looking forward to working together towards improving learning outcomes for young Africans.”

JA Eswatini is for 2024 targeting 80 schools where the “Elevating Project Management in Youth Ecosystems” will be taught under the Project Management Institute Educational Foundation (PMIEF), a JA Eswatini partner since 2021.

This initiative will equip students with entrepreneurial skills by integrating project management principles and guide them in launching their own business. For 2024 this project will also empowers JA staff with essential skills for effective monitoring and evaluation

Already the Programs team has started school recruitments where the aspect of Project Management is emphasized where competencies required to run a business in today’s global economy are developed. A total of 10,000 students are targeted in this initiative in Eswatini only, where students will learn and practically apply project management in the companies they start and operate whilst in high school.

This partnership is also meant to further amplify and sustain PMIEF’s global impact by integrating project management into programming for youth. This strategic investment by PMIEF has helped student to better pursue their academic and professional goals by equipping them with the knowledge and skills necessary for 21st and the 4thIR which is a trend adopted in businesses.

This youth-focused strategy is implemented by PMIEF by utilizing organisations like JA Eswatini that work with young people in highly experiential, project-oriented activities. All schools and students taking part in the JA Company program get to experience and see the difference the project management brings to their business solutions.

The end of year competition allows the students to showcase what they would have learnt during the project management class. A category has been incorporated in the EXPO awards where the team that displays a great acumen in project management are awarded as such.

JA Africa has integrated project management into the Company Program in 14 member nations through a phased scale-up. “One of our priorities as Junior Achievement is to ensure that the content delivered to young people is continually reviewed and refreshed to make it more work-relevant. In incorporating the aspect of project management to the flagship program will enhance its impact as a program. We are proud of this partnership with PMIEF and we are looking forward to working together towards improving learning outcomes for young Africans.”

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