Please note that the international programme is now being delivered by Prince’s Trust International.
Mosaic has been operating internationally since 2009 with a focus on Muslim-majority countries.
Mosaic’s international work is in an exciting period of growth driven by the desire for positive interventions for young people.
Strong partnerships have been established in Jordan and Qatar and there is significant interest from potential delivery partners in countries with high youth unemployment and where such youth development programmes do not exist.
In Qatar, Mosaic works in partnership with Qatar Shell and Bedaya to deliver Enterprise Challenge Qatar (ECQ). ECQ was established in 2012 and is a flagship programme for Qatar Shell’s corporate social responsibility agenda.
Over the course of the 2014 – 2015 academic year, the programme reached 750 students, up from 430 students in 2013 – 14, across fourteen schools and nine universities, culminating in a Grand Finals events held during Global Entrepreneurship Week 2014.
In Jordan, Mosaic works in partnership with INJAZ to deliver Enterprise Business Challenge (EBC). EBC was established in 2012 and is now INJAZ’s most renowned programme for school children.
Throughout the 2014-2015 academic year INJAZ engaged 37 schools and more than 1390 students nationwide with this dynamic and high impact program.
Enterprise Business Challenge program enriches the economic and financial knowledge for the students and helps them to create and manage their own businesses.
– Sonia Abu Sharar, EBC Volunteer
Building on the success of the Mosaic Enterprise Challenge in Jordan and Qatar, Mosaic is delighted to partner with SEED Ventures, a social enterprise supporting enterprise start-ups, to deliver our award-winning programme in schools across Pakistan.
With Mosaic’s support, Seed Ventures plan to deliver the Enterprise Challenge in the coming year to 300 students in at least 20 schools in Pakistan.
Importantly, Seed Ventures are determined that the Challenge should support the full diversity of Pakistan’s communities and has secured interest from schools not just in Karachi, but also Islamabad, Lahore, Quetta, Kashmir, Gilgit Baltistan and Peshawar.
Seed Ventures has also secured an impressive degree of support from businesses prepared to promote the volunteer mentoring opportunities the Challenge offers.
Read more about the Mosaic Enterprise Challenge in Pakistan.