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Youth@Work in the Rural Economy: an overview of the second webinar

What is the potential of the rural economy to provide employment opportunities for youth, in- and off-farm? This was the main question of this week’s Youth@Work webinar, second in our series exploring youth employment in Africa.

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Youth@Work series kicks-off - Highlights from the first webinar on the Green Economy

This week INCLUDE, with the support of Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and the International Labour Organization (ILO), launched the webinar series Youth@Work. We kicked off the series with the first session on Youth@Work in the Green Economy. Researchers, practitioners and policy makers came together to exchange their views on the road towards a green economy transition and the employment potential this could offer to youth in Africa. This article presents the key insights that emerged from the online event. 

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DIALOGUE AS THE STEP-FORWARD FOR PROBLEM RESOLUTION

The first time I stood as a children’s advocate was at age 13 before the…

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Getting up to speed with inclusive development

The INCLUDE team’s reading list: September 2021 One of INCLUDE’s core beliefs is that so…

Identifying Growth Sectors for Youth Employment in Africa: Workshop Update

Growth Sectors for Youth Employment (GSYE) is an African Economic Research Consortium (AERC), Overseas Development…

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Latest Publications

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How improving quality and standards in the Ugandan fish value chain impacts sustainable development of decent jobs

This brief shows how quality assurance along the fish value chain is critical in ensuring that youth and women have sustainable decent jobs, economic transformation, and fostering agro-industrialisation in Uganda.

Ghana country study on COVID-19 measures and impacts

Ghana, a lower middle-income country since 2010, has a number of social protection programmes for…

Burkina Faso country study on COVID-19 measures and impacts

The Covid-19 pandemic emerged in Burkina Faso at the time of a difficult economic, political…

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Synthesis of Country Case Studies of Ghana and Burkina Faso

This synthesis paper explores how the unique contexts in Ghana and Burkina Faso produce a…

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Youth Employment and Unemployment Challenges in Ghana: How does the media understand the issues?

This report attempts to provide a snapshot of the issues of youth unemployment and employment challenges in Ghana to generate conversation particularly among people in the media to understand the issues and report better to inform policy makers and stakeholders in addressing the phenomenon.