GmBS Case Studies

09 Jun 2022
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GmBS Case Studies

 Gender makes Business Sense (GmBS) is a practical capacity development journey for agripreneurs that enhances their understanding of business plus an integrated gender dimension to thrive with a new mindset. GmBS’s ultimate purpose is to improve the agripreneurs and their communities’ well-being by creating thriving and profitable agribusinesses that unlock employment opportunities. Two case studies for Ghana and Kenya were developed thus far. 

The leadership dialogue report

16 May 2022
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The leadership dialogue report

The AUDA-NEPAD Leadership Dialogue was held in Johannesburg from June 19-21, 2019, bringing together senior government officials from 14 countries across the region, leaders from key industry associations, AUDA-NEPAD officials and development partners. The core problem addressed was that of youth unemployment and the objective of the Dialogue was to determine how TVET can contribute towards alleviating this challenge.

State of African Youth Report

10 May 2022
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State of African Youth Report

​The Status of African Youth Report (SoAYR) provides an understanding of the current landscape of youth issues and what policies and programmes exist to address these issues among African Union (AU) Member States. It also examines the impact of interventions and aids in optimizing evidence-informed policy creation to strengthen the capacity of AU Member States to respond to youth development considerations and to produce stronger and more desirable results.

Agribusiness e-Academy by ABF

09 May 2022
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Agribusiness e-Academy by ABF

The GIZ Agri-Business Facility for Africa (ABF) has recently launched the Agribusiness e-Academy which offers self-paced learning opportunities in English and French. The courses foster knowledge and skills on agronomy, entrepreneurship and economics instrumental for agribusiness practitioners, extension agents, teachers, and trainers. Course contents build on proven concepts and tools to assist learners in becoming more successful agripreneurs themselves or to improve the trainings on agribusiness that they provide to others.

Brief on STED Capacity enhancement training in Zanzibar

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The SIFA-Skills Anticipation Component conducted training for thirty five (35) labour market and skills development stakeholders from five  AU member states on application of the Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification (STED) methodology

AUDA-NEPAD MSMEs Platform Launch Event

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11 Apr 2022
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AUDA-NEPAD MSMEs Platform Launch Event

Since 2019, the African Union Development Agency (AUDA -NEPAD) has worked closely with several partners, institutions, and shareholders to design and implement the “100 000 MSMEs Initiative”. The initiative results from multilateral, cross-sector, and country partnerships, to accelerate a coordinated and tangible set of responses to the challenge of job creation on the continent.