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"The Story In Me" is an organization that focuses on empowering young individuals by emphasizing on activities and services that enhance their personality and character traits across the world.Enabling children and youth to unleash their talents and realize their productive potential helps harness their creativity, energy and dynamism and that is a central element to overcoming many socio-cultural and economic challenges that are still unresolvable by decision-makers, especially the issues of unemployment and finding the "right job". This can only be achieved in a policy and institutional environment where the capacity development of youth is a priority at all levels and in a country in which decision and policy makers are willing and aware of the needs and benefits of such ventures.Unveiling kids' talents at an early stage may be a way to lessen the rate of failure and slow growth. Finding opportunities for youth is a critical challenge for a country like Lebanon with a population of around 6.4 million people of which 24.65 percent are under 14 years old and 16.73 percent between 15 and 24 . With a population growth rate of 0.85 percent and an unemployment rate of 22 percent, it becomes vital to extract the talent and energy of children and youth to drastically increase the levels of growth, development and equality and limit further social and economic instabilities among other risks created by unemployment.
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