Evaluating the Effects of Vocational Training in Africa
AbstractMore and better data are needed to monitor and evaluate the impact of vocational training on economic growth and poverty reduction. Labour market observatories can help align training systems to labour market needs. Analysis of youth unemployment is essential before investing in expensive training schemes.
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Date of creation: Apr 2008
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