News and Updates

The latest articles from The Challenges Group team, with writing and opinion from our business consultants and enterprise experts in Ethiopia, Ghana, Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, Zambia and the UK, as well as curated guest contributions.

There are a number of ways in which your organisation could support women returners to make work work each of which are outlined at:

To learn more register for our upcoming session at:
Our Making Work Work team are hosting an information session on the 18th of August for organisations who are interested in getting involved in our programme.

We take a collaborative approach in delivering Making Work Work, partnering with @scotgov & @skillsdevscot.
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Making Work Work – for Women Returners is our award-winning women returners programme.

The programme is for women in Scotland looking to step back into work following a career break.

To learn more about the programme please visit:

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Financial inclusion helps young people to have more control of their money, make better financial decisions and grow their businesses.

- Solomon Kutesa #YouthToWorkUg #FuturemakersForum22
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Solomon Kuteesa on his idea for increasing accessibility to financial knowledge. #financialinclusion
#YouthToWorkUg #FuturemakersForum22
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When creating solutions, we need to be empathetic, questioning, imaginative, iterative, collaborative, and visual.

-Premila Stampe, @scventuresDNA, Standard Chartered Bank
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