Partner: Nahdet El Mahrousa


Year of Implementation: 2012-2014


Derived from the vital role of Etijah to enhance youth skills and assisting them in overcoming problems and obstacles resulting from the lack of the educational system and the lack of the skills and competencies needed to apply for job opportunities, Etijah established the Retail Project in 2012 by adopting a new methodology in recovering youth marginalization and offering them an appropriate chance to apply for job opportunities.


Etijah’s methodology was an integrated package starting from rehabilitation and job readiness, nomination for job opportunities, following up and guiding the young people who have not been employed in order to enable them achieve progress and growth in their careers. Etijah’s Academy for Retail Industry offered set of successive trainings which qualified youth for the labor market and included life and functional skills for a duration of 20 days.