Much of the work of the Youth-SWAP is carried out and implemented at the country level, through joint programmes and activities, as well as through coordinated inter-agency efforts through country level teams. Throughout the Youth-SWAP report, clear examples of projects and programmes are given, providing tangible examples of the impact of the SWAP on youth at the country level. For example, In Rwanda, an employment project was developed under the umbrella of the One UN with the cooperation of nine UN entities (UNDP, ILO, UNIDO, UN-Habitat, UN Women, UNOHCHR, ITC, and UNESCO), the Ministry of Youth and ICT as well as local and international private sector companies including Motorola, Cisco and KPMG. The aim of the youth employment initiative called 'Youth Connekt' is to connect young people to role models, resources, skills, entrepreneurship, employment and internship opportunities, using Google Hangout technology in combination with other social media channels and SMS. The platform has a practical, results-oriented format, including interactive, multi-stakeholder panel discussions, partnership announcements, as well as opportunities for participants to showcase their innovative ideas and projects to potential partners.