Community outreach programmes entertained through coordinated partnerships are key to holistic empowerment of adolescents and the youth, a charity organization asserts. The number of youth in Ethiopia is estimated to account for about 40 per cent of the total population. However, the youth is highly vulnerable to a number of social and economic problems ranging from unemployment to sexual and reproductive health complications. Hence, the government of Ethiopia is working on a new Youth Development Policy and Youth Sexual Reproductive Health Strategy. Besides, 10 billion Birr youth revolving fund has been established nationally targeting to fight the economic problems of the youth.