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Youth Employment Interventions in Africa

Author: Biniyam Mekasha Yemane, Judica Amri-Lawson
Organisation: International Labour Organization
Publish Date: 2012
Country: Africa
Sector: Economic
Method: Forecasting
Theme: Employment
Type: Report
Language: English
Tags: Unemployment, Youth employment, Global jobs crisis, Labour market, Employment interventions

This report comes as a timely response to the need to estimate and report on the extent to which development partners in Africa are living up to their obligations in relation to youth employment on the continent. It is a sober and forward-looking exercise highlighting present policy and programme-level interventions, their formidable challenges and inherent limitations, and the way forward. It also aims to encourage partners to learn from each other and to promote concerted action to build on achievements to date. The report analyzes current responses to youth employment challenges across Africa by the members of the Employment and Labour Sub-Cluster of the RCM for Africa. It also highlights good practice for replicability, to inform future action.
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