Green Jobs for Youth in Africa

Ninja Lacey and Siri Lijfering
What is it?

This research paper on Green jobs in Africa is based on the existing literature and the experience of the Challenge Fund for Youth Employment (CFYE), which has been supporting green entrepreneurs.

The African green transition has the potential to create a plurality of job opportunities that help tackle the negative consequences of climate change: green jobs. To find out what is needed to facilitate green jobs for young people in Africa, INCLUDE and Palladium engaged in a collaborative research project in the context of the Challenge Fund for Youth Employment.

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