To get to work: synthesis paper: connecting supply and demand-side interventions for youth employment in African countries

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Author: van Kesteren, Frank; Kazimierczuk, Agnieszka; Swinkels, Caspar

Abstract:

In 2020, the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs commissioned the INCLUDE platform to write a synthesis report on one of its programmes related to employment for youth: the Local Employment in Africa for Development (LEAD) programme. Based on four independent evaluations of activities undertaken under this programme, INCLUDE has provided a synopsis of lessons learned. In this synthesis paper, we provide a comparative analysis of results, and discuss potential improvements, such as in creating synergies between programmes and partners.

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Subjects: Youth; Employment; Gender; Management; Outcomes; Evaluation

Keywords: Employment outcomes; Youth program; Young worker; Training; Program evaluation; Employment creation; Partnership in education and training; Comparative analysis; Recommendations; Continuous improvement

Geographic subjects: Africa

Published: Leiden, Netherlands: INCLUDE Knowledge Platform, 2020

Physical description: 32 p.

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https://includeplatform.net/publications/to-get-to-work/

Resource type: Paper

Call number: TD/TNC 140.809

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