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Youth Empowerment

According to the United Nations statistics, there are 1.2 billion youth aged 15-24 globally as of 2015, accounting for one out of every six people (17%) worldwide. This is predicted to increase to one out of every four people, which means there would be 1.3 billion youth by 2030. This global trend has particular pertinence to Africa, because Africa has the largest concentration of young… Read More »Youth Empowerment

Empowering African women: a way to make Africa stronger

Today, in Africa, too many young women remain outside the reach of what should be their full economic and self-empowerment potential. A new ILO report (Young and Female : a double strike?) based on the school-to-work transitions surveys of 32 developing countries concludes that being young and female serves as a double strike for those seeking to find productive employment. Indeed, 76% of inactive out… Read More »Empowering African women: a way to make Africa stronger

Women Empowerment and Youths Transformation