Evaluation of NRC's Youth Education Pack (YEP) projects in Faryab, Herat, and Nangarhar

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Samuel Hall Consulting (Firm)


In 2002, [Norwegian Refugee Council] NRC began developing a programme targeting youth in post-conflict zones. These Youth Education Packs (YEP) were intended to respond not just to employment needs but also to teach young people, who had grown up in often challenging and unstable situations, literacy and life skills. After implementation in several countries around the world (Liberia; Burundi; Sierra Leone and more), beginning in 2010, NRC implemented this YEP project in Afghanistan, specifically in Herat, Faryab and Nangarhar provinces. Today, NRC at a global and strategic level is...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Youth; Evaluation; Employment; Vocational education and training; Skills and knowledge; Migration; Literacy; Research

Keywords: Program evaluation; Refugees; Youth at risk; Case study; Skill development; Basic skill

Geographic subjects: Afghanistan; Middle East

Published: [Oslo, Norway]: Norwegian Refugee Council Afghanistan, 2014

Physical description: [78] p.

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Also called: Evaluation of Norwegian Refugee Council's Youth Education Pack (YEP) projects in Faryab, Herat, and Nangarhar

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 122.310

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