3 edition of Working with rural youth found in the catalog.
Working with rural youth
|Series||Windows on practice|
|Contributions||National Youth Agency.|
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|Number of Pages||22|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brunner, Edmund de S. (Edmund de Schweinitz), Working with rural youth. Washington, D.C., American council on. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed.
published by the American Council on Education, Washington. Description. Youth and jobs in rural Africa: Beyond stylized facts: Synopsis. The share of working-age young people in Africa south of the Sahara has risen due to past declines in mortality coupled with high fertility.
This “youth bulge” has created a sense of urgency among national governments and the international development. velop youth as partners and leaders in development. This is based on youth having agency: their capacity to act, their skills and capabilities and their ability to change their own lives and is the central tenet of the asset based approach to youth participation.
THREE-LENS AP-PARTICIPATION - Working for youth as a beneﬁciary. Youth living in rural areas with newly acquired or reinforced key competences including basic, transversal and soft skills entrepreneurial and digital skills of the co-working strartupper.
Unemployed youth with increased opportunities of self-employment and employability thanks to the relevant skills gained for exploiting potentialities of. “Policies also rarely identified rural youth as a target group, but instead focused on youth in general, often implicitly giving greater weight to the needs of urban youth,” Mueller explained.
The book also explores whether the observed patterns were gendered, and the degree to which opportunities for rural non-farm work relied on proximity.
The new book, Youth and Jobs in Rural Africa: Beyond Stylized Facts questions some of the stylized facts that underpin the prevailing narratives and policy debates about youth employment in rural Africa.
Is Africa’s youth bulge unprecedented. Are youth more likely to adopt modern farm technologies and practices. "Youth and Jobs in Rural Africa" presents a series of thematic and country case studies (including Malawi) that analyse household and firm surveys across a range of country contexts.
The book was edited by Valerie Mueller, Assistant Professor, School of Politics and Global Studies, Arizona State University, USA, and James Thurlow, Senior Research Fellow. In “Rural dreams: Upward mobility in America’s countryside,” (PDF) Eleanor Krause and Richard Reeves build off an earlier examination of the rates of social mobility across the country by.
The share of working-age young people in Africa south of the Sahara has risen due to past declines in mortality coupled with high fertility. This “youth bulge” has created a sense of urgency among national governments and the international development community as the prospect of widespread youth unemployment in Africa, and the social instability and political unrest it could.
Rural youth are the future of food security. Yet around the world, few young people see a future for themselves in agriculture or rural areas. Rural youth face many hurdles in trying to earn a livelihood. Pressure on arable land is high in many parts of the world, making it File Size: 2MB.
agricultural sector. Rural women often manage complex households and pursue multiple livelihood strategies. Their activities typically include producing agricultural crops, tending animals, processing and preparing food, working for wages in agricultural or other ruralFile Size: KB. The report by the NYCI – which represents organisations working with overyoung people – highlights the challenges facing young people and those working with them, and recommends measures to enhance the provision of youth services outside urban settings and to address the needs of rural youth.
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The book Youth and jobs in rural Africa: Beyond stylized facts was published by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) in December It focuses on the share of working-age young people in Africa south of the Sahara that has risen due to past declines in mortality coupled with high fertility.
The book, Youth and Jobs in Rural Africa: Beyond Stylized Facts, challenges some of the myths that underpin the prevailing narratives and policy debates about youth employment in rural Africa.
This group is for past members and exchangees as SA Rural Youth (SARY) formally closed down a number of years Youth was for young.
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The Knowledge Café serves as a multi-functional library and a meeting spot, offering regular film screenings, book readings for children, and special activities for. This book provides new empirical evidence on the participation of rural youth in national development processes.
Cross-country evidence is informative, but cannot substitute for detailed case studies that use micro-level data to reveal countries’ unique characteristics and : Valerie Mueller. Rural Culture is a Diversity, continued from page 10 Continued on page 13 Isolation Rural people, by definition, live in less populous areas.
There are fewer services locally, and it is often quite a dis-tance to opportunities and services that urban people take for granted. Our mental health services are a good ex-Cited by: Putting Smart Growth to Work in Rural Communities: Three Key Goals Source: ICMA, 1.
Support the rural landscape by creating an economic climate that enhances the viability of working lands and conserves natural lands. Help existing places thrive by taking care of assets and investments such as downtowns, Main Streets, existingFile Size: 1MB.
Youth and Jobs in Rural Africa takes a different approach, drawing on household and firm surveys from selected African countries with an explicit focus on rural youth.
It argues that a balance between alarm and optimism is warranted, and that Africa's "youth bulge" is Author: Valerie Mueller, James Thurlow. The Fellows are some of India’s brightest young minds working on rural development projects with experienced NGOs as part of the the month long Youth for India Fellowship : Team YS.
Book Launch: Youth and jobs in rural Africa: Beyond stylized facts 3 December The share of working-age young people in Africa south of the Sahara has risen due to past declines in mortality coupled with high fertility.
This “youth bulge” has created a sense of urgency among national governments and the international development. This paper examines the current interest in addressing the problem of young people’s unemployment in Africa through agriculture. Using notions of transitions and mobilities we set out a transformative work and opportunity space framework that privileges difference and diversity among work opportunities, rural areas and young people.
We argue that policy and. She is interested in rural communities and the digital divide as it affects the school system and its students. Alexa is currently working on a grant for her local library to help increase information literacy in a rural community.
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Cities, states and territories. Travel information. Transition & Aging Out The Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs supports a number of efforts to build the skills and resources of youth aged Whether they are called "youth in transition," "transition age youth," "youth aging out" or other terms, youth in this age group experience a number of challenges on their path to a.
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The much heralded growth and transformation of many economies in sub-Saharan Africa over the last decade continues to receive prominent attention in academic scholarship and among policy practitioners. An apparent feature about this transformation, however, is that Africa’s youth appear to have been left out.
This book critically examines the extent and consequences of the. Losch, B () Structural transformation to boost youth labour demand in sub-Saharan Africa: the role of agriculture, rural areas and territorial development. Employment Working Paper No. Employment Working Paper No.
Cited by: 3. This book focuses on high-risk youth - whose struggles include neglect and abuse, alcohol and drug abuse, the risk of being exploited, mental health issues, and the inability to self-regulate and trust - a population of youth that government child welfare services and community agencies struggle to serve Edition: 1st.
The National Youth Policy of India () defines the youth population as those in the age group of yr 5. Population aged years accounts for million (%) of the 1, million of India's population with every third person belonging to this age group.
Among them, and million live in urban and rural India, by: The Rural Health Information Hub is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under Grant Number U56RH (Rural Assistance Center for Federal Office of Rural Health Policy Cooperative Agreement). UK Youth is delighted to announce it will be distributing more than £1million in grants to youth groups and organisations working with young people across England With funding from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, we will be offering grants of between £3, and £20, to deliver extra sessions in youth clubs and settings.
Fostering Youth Leadership in Your Community. Jamie loves working with youth to do good for their towns. She believes that youth have the capacity to do extraordinary things so long as there’s room for them to have ownership over their ideas.
When adults give youth room to step up for their communities, amazing things are possible. (Image from Farm Africa) Engaging youth in agriculture has been a prominent topic recently and has risen up the development agenda, as there is growing concern worldwide that young people have become disenchanted with agriculture.
With most young people – around 85% – living in developing countries, where agriculture is likely to provide the main source of. Violence and drug use in rural teens: National prevalence estimates from the youth risk behavior survey.
Journal of School Health, 78 (10), – Public transportation is often lacking, making it difficult for people without motor vehicles, who tend to have low incomes, to get to workplaces, stores, and other venues (Brown, ).
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Book Launch: Youth and Jobs in Rural Africa: Beyond Stylized Facts Co-Organized by IFPRI and the CGIAR Research Program on Policies, Institutions, and Markets. The share of working-age young people in Africa south of the Sahara has risen due to past declines in mortality coupled with high fertility.
This “youth bulge” has created a sense Views: the workers are younger youth (ages 15 to 24 years), older youth (25 to 34 years), or non-youth (35 to 64 years); resident in rural or urban areas; and female or male. This first analysis is based on categorizing each working age individual in our analytical data sets into a single employment category in the manner that theFile Size: 2MB.