Entrepreneurship is key to helping to solve the youth unemployment problem. There are a few organisations that have started to look at franchising out social enterprises and business models.
Although each context is different, the ability to have access to successful business models from other places in the world could help improve entrepreneurial success rates.
Have a look at these examples.
Social Franchise Accelerators
Bertha Centre's Social Franchise Accelerator
Social Franchising at work
Sidai - Replicating centers to administer animal healthcare and professional advice to livestock farmers in kenya
Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership - Replicating and scaling social enterprises, like distribution, supply chain and training centre businesses.