Youth employment is a core problematic both in most advanced and developing countries; and governments, local and international organization agree in making it a priority in their policies and strategies.
The SWITCH Africa Green-SEED Award provides winners with tailored business and financial advice, help with marketing and publicity, and introductions to funding bodies, policy makers and other avenues of support.
Entrepreneurship and vocational training programs are a key leverage to support informal workers, create job opportunities and facilitate social integration and are at the core of various development projects and initiative.
No country has been able to sustain a rapid transition out of poverty without raising productivity in its agricultural sector. Agriculture continues to be the predominant source of employment in many regions, accounting for 63 % of rural household income in Africa.
On 14 March both the Ministry of Food and Agriculture and the Ministry of Trade gathered in Accra to launch the Ghana Green Label farmer's manual and training. The goal was to help farmers to improve the quality & safety their fruits on the domestic and export