This Policy Brief from the Economic Policy Research Centre focuses on labour externalisation in Uganda.

While Uganda’s labour force is expanding, jobs are static, with many youth and women unemployed or underemployed. As a result, labour externalisation, while sometimes not considered the best option, is a much sought-after alternative to deal with extended durations of unemployment. This policy memo provides recommendations extracted from the paper on “Labour externalisation in Uganda: Implications for the Agro-Industrialisation agenda” to inform and guide high-level decision-makers on the requisite policy actions to foster sustainable labour externalisation interventions.

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