INCLUDE and the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) hosted a roundtable on ‘Strategic actors for productive employment’ in Arusha, Tanzania on 1 December. Following up to the conference on ‘Boosting youth employment in Africa – what works and why?’, the roundtable discussed the role of different actors in creating productive employment and which actors have the strategic capacity to increase this process.

Click below to download the PowerPoint presentations:

Jean Bossuyt and Marc de Tollenaere – INCLUDE

Saskia Hollander – INCLUDE

Mary Maganga – SEVIA

Revelian S. Ngaiza – Ministry of Agriculture, Tanzania

Harald Peeters – Rijk Zwaan Afrisem, Tanzania


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