Prince’s Trust International has grown steadily since its launch in 2015 through a series of programmes, taken from Prince’s Trust in the UK and rolled out internationally through our delivery partners, allowing us to build our knowledge and understanding of young people in the international context.
In the wake of COVID-19, we are rapidly accelerating investment in the virtual delivery of our programmes using digital channels. This is a major focus of our future to provide certainty that, no matter the circumstance, we can continue to reach young people across the world.
We aim to achieve sustainable impact for young people by developing digitally and creating flexible programme content informed by local context and needs. We believe that digital technologies are agents of empowerment, and when employed alongside our youth-centred programmes, either through blended learning or as complimentary tools, can they can create real change for young people.
- OUR MISSION AND GOALS
THE DIGITAL AND DESIGN MISSION:
We design relevant, measurable and sustainable programmes, using a mixture of online and offline approaches and approaches. These programmes are informed by our knowledge and learnings (from the work of PTUK and our own existing global work), as well as an understanding of the young people that we are reaching.
DIGITAL AND DESIGN GOALS:
- To adapt to the new challenges of programme delivery and ensure that we are still able to deliver our programmes to young people and support our delivery partners using virtual and digital means – in research, training and delivery.
- To contribute to the efficient management and delivery of PTI programmes: by building out processes and tools that enable the regional programmes team to work more efficiently, both online and offline.
- To implement youth-centred digital innovations, putting our audience at the heart of everything we do and building out new ways to reach young people directly.
We look forward to sharing more updates on our digital solutions and launches in the coming months.