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Addressing the challenges faced by rural youth aged 15-17 in preparing for and accessing decent work

This report features the results of the Expert Meeting on Addressing the Challenges Faced by Rural Youth Aged 15-17 in Preparing for and Accessing Decent Work.

The expert meeting took place from 25 to 28 October 2016. It contributed to the identification of feasible and effective policies and actions to enable rural youth aged 15-17 to prepare for and access decent work. The agenda was organized around three main phases to reach three overarching objectives: (1) preparation for decent employment through education, skills development and life skills; (2) assessment of decent work opportunities in the rural economy, in particular related to agriculture; and (3) factors that enable youth to access decent work in agriculture and rural areas. 

YPARD steering committee member Rahul Antao and YPARD member from Zimbabwe Norman Munyengwa

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