YouthPower, a youth initiative of the US Agency for International Development (USAID) focused on evidence based approaches to Positive Youth Development, now offers a compendium of youth development resources based on leading research.

This Mentoring Workbook is designed to be used by Peace Corps Volunteers to foster and maintain a mentoring relationship with youth in their community. Volunteers have been informally mentoring local youth for decades; this resource is intended to help Volunteers structure and guide those relationships toward evidence-based outcomes.

This website provides a multitude of resources for running gardening programs with youth.

The Population Reference Bureau informs people around the world about population, health, and the environment, and empowers them to use that information to advance the well-being of current and future generations.

Based upon a review of more than 380 international resources, this report identifies five key soft skills /life skills that are needed to help youth to be successful in the workplace.

This is an icebreaker I put together and translated to Khmer. It was originally made for a boy's student camp (grades 8-12), but it can be edited for other audience.

This manual is intended to serve as a sourcebook for Volunteers and others to draw upon when implementing educational programs. The activities here are primarily organized according to subject matter, such as soil, water, trees, nature awareness, and ecology, with additional activities included under Service Learning Activities and Games.

This checklist outlines doable, targeted actions and considerations for Volunteers who want to strengthen comprehensive youth sexual and reproductive health (YSRH) programming in their schools or communities.

This checklist outlines doable, targeted actions and considerations for Volunteers who want to strengthen comprehensive youth sexual and reproductive health (YSRH) programming in their schools or communities.

Youth clubs are a powerful, yet often underutilized, way to reach young people. Research has shown that clubs complement formal schooling and that they play an important role in knowledge acquisition and skill building.

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