The Emprendedores Juveniles de Nicaragua (EJN, Nicaragua’s Young Entrepreneurs) program was created in 1991 as a subsidiary of Junior Achievement International (JAI). Since 1997 EJN developed a new approach to “participate Education through the election at-risk youth in the programs. Though the new young entrepreneurs” traditional model JAI for young entrepreneurs model managed to ongoing support of UNICEF, to get the traditional program, basically by contributions financed by the private sector, lost mom … Read more »

The Emprendedores Juveniles de Nicaragua (EJN, Nicaragua’s Young Entrepreneurs) program was created in 1991 as a subsidiary of Junior Achievement International (JAI). Since 1997 EJN developed a new approach to “participate Education through the election at-risk youth in the programs. Though the new young entrepreneurs” traditional model JAI for young entrepreneurs model managed to ongoing support of UNICEF, to get the traditional program, basically by contributions financed by the private sector, lost momentum and eventually had no beneficiaries in 2000. End of 2002, the program manager had to find strong support for the traditional program and keep or increase the expected number of beneficiaries in the new format. Contains information about the social programs developed by three private companies – Texaco, Pizza Hut, and Coca Cola -. And their relationship with EJN
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Monica Azofeifa
Francisco Leguizamon
Source: Social Enterprise Knowledge Network
13 pages.
Publication Date: Sep 13, 2003. Prod #: SKE020-PDF-ENG
INDE and the Emprededores Juveniles de Nicaragua HBR case solution

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