By Kari Sherrodd, senior PR manager, Citizenship and Public Affairs
At the 4th Global Entrepreneurship Summit, Microsoft Malaysia and the Ministry of Youth and Sports announced an intent to partner through Microsoft YouthSpark to address the opportunity divide facing young people in Malaysia — a gap between those who have the access, skills, and opportunities to be successful and those who do not.
This partnership will be part of Microsoft’s global YouthSpark initiative, which aims to create opportunities for 300 million youth around the world over three years through partnerships with governments, nonprofit organizations, and businesses.
Microsoft’s Akhtar Badshah, senior director, Citizenship and Public Affairs (left) walks with YB Khairy Jamaluddin, Youth and Sports Minister of Malaysia.
To find out more about the partnership between Microsoft Malaysia and the Ministry of Youth and Sports, read the full post on the Microsoft Citizenship Asia Pacific blog.