Monthly Archives: June 2013

YPARD – Ensuring an inclusive youth contribution to the AASW

Originally posted on The FARA Social Reporters Blog:
Marina Cherbonnier, youth advocate Meet Marina Cherbonnier, the YPARD Web and Communications Officer. I call her a “can-do-it-all” ball of energy. She has a background in ICT4D (University of Manchester, UK) and…

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Spurring Agricultural Growth in Africa in the Next Decade: Rural and Urban Youth Engagement

Originally posted on agricinghana:
Boosting African Agriculture Partnership, Investment and Technology with particular concern on narrowing the investment and access to technology gaps that present limitations for young people across the African Continent is of great interest to me. I am…

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Youth are the future. Invest in them!

Originally posted on The FARA Social Reporters Blog:
Codrin Paveliuc-Olariu: “Education is crucial, enabling young people to live up to their potential” With more than 200 million people aged between 15 and 24 years (comprising over 20% of the population…

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Farming could be key to solving youth unemployment in Africa

Originally posted on Foundation for Young Farmers:
Farming by machete and hoe does not appeal to young Africans – or policymakers. Photograph: Dan Chung for the Guardian Agriculture employs most of Africa‘s young people and is likely to continue to…

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Innovative ideas to make money in animal farming

Subsistence Snail Farming Many Nigerian Youths are moving to the urban areas in search of scarce white-collar jobs however, there are many innovative ways to make money in Animal Farming that will create jobs both for themselves and many others … Continue reading

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