By 2030, 600 million young people world-wide will be seeking work. One out of three of them are going to be from Africa, according to the International Labour Organisation (ILO). But decent work that provides a livelihood is in short supply in Africa.
In many countries, agriculture is still the chief source of income. Therefore, new jobs and apprenticeships should also be created in rural areas. For this, however, good infrastructure, investing in the development of businesses as well as good governance and fair international relations are essential prerequisites.
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