Leveraging the grassroots REAP learning, this program supports young policy entrepreneurs to support the government conduct economic policy research and promote evidence-based policy decisions.  The program has supported 99 youth, termed as Daayitwa Public Service Fellows, competitively selected from 28 countries, to conduct 99 research projects for 28 ministries and public agencies as well as 24 parliamentarians. Daayitwa Fellows gather evidence from beneficiaries in the field, consult with key stakeholders, and prepare evidence-based policy recommendations. Presently, we are scaling wide by collaborating with subnational governments in Province 2 and Province 5 by placing 20 locally selected fellows in 8 provincial ministries and 12 municipalities to provide implementation support on domestic youth employment policies and programs.

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