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Creating opportunities for youth entrepreneurship – African Agribusiness Youth Strategy (AAYS) launched

2022-11-09T10:27:18+02:00

In the face of multiple crises, COVID-19, climate change, conflicts, youth bulge, and now the war in Ukraine, which is severely impacting the food security in Africa, it is more than ever urgent to create decent employment and income

Creating opportunities for youth entrepreneurship – African Agribusiness Youth Strategy (AAYS) launched2022-11-09T10:27:18+02:00

GIZ Report: What Works in Rural Youth Employment?

2022-09-30T10:56:13+02:00

The main objective of the report is to outline different approaches to rural youth employment promotion (RYEP) within GIZ programmes and distil their main success factors and lessons learned. Download

GIZ Report: What Works in Rural Youth Employment?2022-09-30T10:56:13+02:00

FAO Project: Integrated Country Approach (ICA) for boosting decent jobs for youth in the agri-food system

2022-09-01T11:11:18+02:00

Since 2011, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) implements the programme Integrated Country Approach (ICA) for boosting decent jobs for youth in the agri-food system. The programme assists countries in developing more youth-inclusive and employment-centred

FAO Project: Integrated Country Approach (ICA) for boosting decent jobs for youth in the agri-food system2022-09-01T11:11:18+02:00

FAO Project: Green Jobs for Rural Youth Employment

2022-09-26T11:22:10+02:00

The KOICA-funded Green Jobs for Rural Youth Employment project (GJ4RYE) relies on and implement an approach aiming at fostering green jobs for rural youth through green entrepreneurship and waged employment (via the setup of Public Employment Programmes (PEP)).

FAO Project: Green Jobs for Rural Youth Employment2022-09-26T11:22:10+02:00

Guide on Measuring Decent Jobs for Youth: Monitoring, evaluation and learning in labour market programmes

2022-09-01T15:51:53+02:00

With this guide, the aim is to equip readers with the basic set of concepts and tools needed to make informed decisions about how best to measure and evaluate the results of youth employment interventions. The entire life cycle

Guide on Measuring Decent Jobs for Youth: Monitoring, evaluation and learning in labour market programmes2022-09-01T15:51:53+02:00

FAO Report: Youth Sensitive Value Chain Analysis

2022-09-23T13:03:03+02:00

This Youth-sensitive value chain analysis and development guide provides the background information and guidance needed by practitioners for selecting an agricultural value chain with significant potential for youth employment and entrepreneurship and offers tools to conduct context-specific youth employment

FAO Report: Youth Sensitive Value Chain Analysis2022-09-23T13:03:03+02:00

Jobs for Rural Youth: The Role of Local Food Economies

2022-09-30T10:55:26+02:00

Young people in rural areas face the double challenge of age-specific vulnerabilities and underdevelopment of rural areas. While agriculture absorbs the majority of rural workers in developing countries, low pay and poor working conditions make it difficult to sustain

Jobs for Rural Youth: The Role of Local Food Economies2022-09-30T10:55:26+02:00

Promoting Youth Engagement and Employment in Agriculture and Food Systems

2022-09-30T10:54:41+02:00

The CFS calls for the development of systems, policies and programmes that engage more youth in agriculture and agricultural professions. Their development will constitute a workstream that will strengthen recognition of youth agency, autonomy and diversity in relation to

Promoting Youth Engagement and Employment in Agriculture and Food Systems2022-09-30T10:54:41+02:00

OECD Report: Agriculture, Food and Jobs in West Africa

2022-09-30T10:54:17+02:00

The food economy is the biggest employer in West Africa accounting for 66% of total employment. While the majority of food economy jobs are in agriculture, off-farm employment in food-related manufacturing and service activities is increasing as the food

OECD Report: Agriculture, Food and Jobs in West Africa2022-09-30T10:54:17+02:00

G20 Initiative for Rural Youth Employment

2022-09-30T18:06:51+02:00

The G20 Summit in 2017 saw the launch of the Rural Youth Employment initiative, after a historic vote by governments and heads of states signalled a clear political commitment of the international community to support empowerment of youth in

G20 Initiative for Rural Youth Employment2022-09-30T18:06:51+02:00