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How can partnerships drive demand for skills development?

As the African Skills Portal for Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship (ASPYEE) continues to gather good practices across the continent that address the growing problem of youth unemployment and underemployment, the role of partnerships in demand responsive or driven vocational education is emerging as a key strategy. This is all the more urgent in light of the growing challenge facing many young Africans, whereby, despite training, they are unable to find employment because their skills are not relevant for the market. AUDA-NEPAD, 04 July 2022.

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