300 youth will graduate from the first phase of MFB training and will participate in the next step of the programme: the My First Business boot camp to promote entrepreneurship

The ILO, in collaboration with Al Majmoua, organises 5-days My First Business boot camps on entrepreneurship for Lebanese and Syrian refugee youth from the three target areas. The activity-oriented and participatory boot camp involves training of beneficiaries on entrepreneurship allowing them to develop a business plan to establish Lebanese-Syrian joint business ventures and benefit from coaching and seed funding through a business plan competition. The boot camps also includes extra-curricular activities such as photography, swimming, design packaging and other entertaining activities that provide a good opportunity for dialogue, breaking down stereotypes; all of which contribute to increase social stability.