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Transition to work or progressive disequilibrium?
The education and training system in African countries
The dominance of resource constraints and structural factors
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31 towns absorbed activities Age and Education age range Agricultural Crash Programme Anglophone attitudes basic trades Botswana carpentry cent at age cent for males Certificate clerical compared craft training economy education and training example farm girls informal sector INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANISATION involved JASPA Kenya labour absorption land large number Lobatse Malawi Young Pioneers male and female male youth Males Females Persons Mogadishu Nairobi national service National Youth Service Nigeria Numbers Employed organisation particularly percentage Periodic piece policies problem of youth programmes in Africa proportion rates by age recruits registered unemployed rural areas Rural Reconstruction Centres rural-urban migration secondary school leavers Somalia Source structural factors sub-Saharan Africa substantial Table A.8 tracer studies training system unemployed by age unemployment rates urban and rural urban areas vocational training wage youth age groups youth employment problem youth programmes Zambia Report Zambia's Rural Reconstruction