LP4Y is committed to transparency and impact measurement to keep track of needs, activities and areas for improvement as operational progress is made. Since the end of 2019, the entire organization has implemented more quantitative and qualitative measurement indicators in order to achieve a global vision of its impact on all players in the LP4Y movement: Youth supported, local communities and partners involved in the ecosystem.
TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT CENTERS
Pedagogy developed in urban poverty areas based on the development of an activity managed by the Youth in the service of the community.
LIFE PROJECT CENTERS
An LPC is located close to or in urban areas of extreme poverty. Excluded Youth attend a program to accompany them to the decent professional world.
COUNTRIES OF ACTION
The entities of the LP4Y Alliance are present in England, Belgium, France, Luxembourg, United States, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Lebanon, Bangladesh.
Each program is made up of 17 Youth, accompanied by their coach, they are in charge of managing a micro-economic initiative.
PROFESSIONAL INTEGRATION RESULTS
YOUTH IN PROGRAMS
Youth following training programs in LP4Y centers: Life Project Centers, Green Villages and Training & Development Centers
Youth who have followed the training programs and demonstrated their ability to find and keep a job, or to find a new one if a job falls through
* To these 870 Youth in training can be added 680 Stars and Youth who left the program prematurely, and who received moral and/or financial support during the crisis, giving a total of 1,550 Youth supported in 2020.
This percentage represents the number of Youth integrated in 2020, most of whom were trained in 2019. This figure, lower than that of 2019, illustrates the motivation and ability of many young people to integrate despite a more than difficult context (loss of employment, suspension of several programs, etc.). Catalysts and partners are mobilized to support the professional integration of young people in 2021, including those who should have been integrated in 2020.
STARS, the alumni network
The Youth who have completed the program are a model of integration and make a lasting commitment to share their experiences.
Active and committed members in Europe, the United States and in the field