Discussion Paper No.211 of 2018 on Review of Government-Sponsored Youth Empowerment Programmes in Kenya
Bosire Eric & Nduvi Stephen
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ByBosire Eric & Nduvi Stephen
Economic Growth; Youth Empowerment; Youth Programmes; Labour Demand; Youth Employability
PublisherThe Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA)
SeriesDiscussion Paper No.211 of 2018;
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