Skills for Life: Experiences of Training in Three Developing Countries
Examines the question of how developing countries can mobilize and absorb the energies and industry of future generations by providing them with opportunities for productive work, and examines the appropriateness of vocational training schemes. Includes case studies from Nigeria, Trinidad and Malawi.
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