MEDA Maroc's 100 Hours to Success impact evaluation: baseline study

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MEDA Maroc's 100 Hours to Success program provides Moroccan youth with 100 hours of training in basic life skills, entrepreneurship skills and financial management skills, with the aim of improving young peoples' chances to either enter wage employment or start their own business. The program helps to fill gaps between skills gained in school and the demands of the labour market. The program aims to provide youth with a stronger foundation on which to make the transition from school to work or to establish their own businesses, in a country where youth unemployment rates are fairly high...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Youth; Employment; Evaluation; Skills and knowledge

Keywords: Youth program; Employability; Transition from education and training to employment; Program evaluation; Self employment; Skill development; Business skill

Geographic subjects: Morocco; Africa

Published: Geneva, Switzerland: ILO, 2013

Physical description: 48 p.

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Date: 2014

Place: Doha, Qatar

Statement of responsibility: Principal investigators: Jean-Louis Arcand, Paul Dyer, Susana Puerto Gonzalez, Drew Gardiner; special thanks to Malek Garbouj

A list of documents and presentations from the symposium may be found at:

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 115.1468

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