EFE-Egypt proudly operates with the support of a large portfolio of local and international donor organizations. To date, over 80 percent of EFE-Egypt’s 5,500+ job-track graduates have been placed in a full-time job with a contract and social insurance, adhering to the International Labor Organization’s definition of “decent jobs.” Due to its success providing market-driven youth employment training, EFE-Egypt began to scale up in 2013 with the aid of its valued donor partners, including the Federation of Egyptian Industries (FEI), International Development Research Center (IDRC), Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID), the U.S.-Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI), the Alturki Group, the Vodafone Egypt Foundation, and the International Organization of Migration (IOM). Other corporate donors have contributed to EFE-Egypt’s success since its founding, including Emirates NBD, HSBC, IBM, Boeing, Schlumberger, JPMorgan Chase, Microsoft Egypt, The Rockefeller Foundation, and British Petroleum.
Our Success Stories
Today, I am fulﬁlled at work and I believe to be at the dawn of a great career.
I became a role model in my home district of Hay Mohammadi
I now have a sustainable job and an income from which my family is benefiting
Aujourd’hui, je suis épanouie dans mon travail et j’espère être à l’aube d’une grande carrière
Je suis devenu un modèle dans mon quartier à Hay Mohammadi
J'ai maintenant un travail stable et un revenu dont ma famille bénéficie.
Regional Partners & Funders
Education For Employment-Egypt, known as EFE-Egypt, is an association under Egyptian law and an affiliate of the Education For Employment (EFE) Network. Our mission is to address youth unemployment by bridging the gap between labor market needs and the existing hard and soft skills of young job seekers.
Education For Employment-Maroc, known as EFE-Maroc, is an association under Moroccan law and an affiliate of the Education For Employment (EFE) Network. Our mission is to address youth unemployment by bridging the gap between labor market needs and the existing hard and soft skills of young job seekers.