The green transition in Africa has strong job-creating potential. To realize this potential, however, will require the adoption and implementation of effective policies.  INCLUDE and Palladium teamed up for a research paper on Green jobs, based on the existing literature and the experience of the Challenge Fund for Youth Employment (CFYE), which has been supporting green entrepreneurs.

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Six key insights for green jobs for youth in Africa

The African green transition has the potential to create a plurality of job opportunities that help tackle the negative consequences of climate change: green jobs. To find out what is needed to facilitate green jobs for young people in Africa, INCLUDE and Palladium engaged in a collaborative research project in the context of the Challenge Fund for Youth Employment.

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