Youth Harness Initiative Project

21 Oct 2021
Aspyee Admin
Good Practice
Youth Harness Initiative Project

Hundreds of thousands of students graduate each year from the over 600 universities in Africa. This notwithstanding, there is a conundrum – with many employers lamenting glaring skills gaps on one hand, and persistent youth unemployment on the other. The mismatch between skills training and job-requirements in-part explains why about 10 million African graduates have still not found jobs.

From Opportunity to Challenge: Virtual Collaboration on the African Continent

21 Oct 2021
Aspyee Admin
Good Practice
From Opportunity to Challenge: Virtual Collaboration on the African Continent

The “Gender Makes Business Sense (GmBS)” is a Capacity Development Support programme for public and private entrepreneurship and vocational training providers in the agricultural sector. Included in GmBS is an agribusiness development training programme for agripreneurs which is being rolled out by the Agricultural Technical Vocational Education and Training for Women (ATVET4W) project led by the African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD) and supported by GIZ in six countries.

Continental Virtual Conference: Skills Anticipation And Matching / Africa

20 Oct 2021
Aspyee Admin
News
Continental Virtual Conference: Skills Anticipation And Matching / Africa

CONTINENTAL VIRTUAL CONFERENCE

SKILLS ANTICIPATION AND MATCHING / AFRICA

Raising awareness about the importance of anticipating labour market skills needs

Under the auspices of the Skills Initiative for Africa, (SIFA) the Africa Union Commission, and African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NPEAD), with the technical support of the International Labour Organization will be holding an Africa wide conference on Skills Anticipation.