Bridging the work skills gap in Africa and Asia

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Abstract

This presentation draws lessons from a comparative study of efforts in African and Asian countries to prepare marginalised youth for the workplace. Using the findings of case studies of specific initiatives in formal and informal education, I will look at the characteristics of effective models in terms of design, implementation, outcomes and sustainability, and will discuss the potential for scaling-up and replication in other contexts.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2017

Citation

Adamson, B. (2017, March). Bridging the work skills gap in Africa and Asia. Paper presented at the Comparative Education Society of Hong Kong Spring Annual Conference 2017 (CESHK 2017), The Education University of Hong Kong, China.

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