With the growing problem of unemployment in Egypt, there is an increase in the number of interventions attempting to solve the problem. This book tackles the strengths, needs, and vision of interventions dealing with the problem of unemployment in Egypt, using Appreciative Inquiry (AI). It also maps out where those interventions fall on a socio-ecological model. Interventions represent nongovernmental organizations, social businesses, donors, training centers, recruitment agencies, technical institutes, educational institutions, and governmental organizations. Recommendations to apply a socio-ecological framework, such as building coalitions and building the capacity of interventions are suggested, in order to build on the strengths available and move towards a more collaborative approach while dealing with unemployment. This research is in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of master of arts in community psychology.