2016 Michigan University

The Agrifood Youth Employment and Engagement Study (AgYees) examines the potential of Sub-Saharan Africa’s agrifood systems to provide new jobs for unemployed, underemployed and disadvantaged youth, and identifies constraints affecting the capacity of youth to take up these economic opportunities.

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The Agrifood Youth Employment and Engagement Study (AgYees) examines the potential of Sub-Saharan Africa’s agrifood systems to provide new jobs for unemployed, underemployed and disadvantaged youth and identifies constraints affecting the capacity of youth to take up these economic opportunities. Two analytical tracks generate insights and guidance on cost-effective strategies and programmatic entry points most likely to improve employment options and livelihoods for disadvantaged African men and women.

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