“Youth Employment”: third module of the One Year Training Programme on Employment Policies – tailored for Afghanistan has taken place in Kabul.
Week 3 of the One Year Training Programme on Employment Policies – tailored for Afghanistan has started in Kabul on 22 April 2017. The third module of the programme, titled “Youth Employment”, has ended on 26 April 2017 and has covered a wide range of topics linked to Youth: specifically youth employment issues and
challenges in the context of fragility; profiling who the youth are in Afghanistan; developing strategies and policies
targeting tailored needs of the youth; budgeting and the team projects will work linking their respective projects to
monitoring and evaluation frameworks.
By the end of the week, participants have applied profiling and policy targeting to promote inclusive needs; have familiarized with profiling and policy targeting tools; have been empowered to advocate youth employment needs among stakeholders; and are able to apply monitoring and evaluation tools in their respective team projects.
As part of the programme, participants are also expected to work on a group project outline, to be fleshed out in incremental stages over the course of the eight modules that compose the programme.
More information on the first module can be found here. Want to learn more about the upcoming modules in the Training Programme for Afghanistan, as well as our upcoming courses and events? Head over to our online calendar.
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