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Making Cents International

According to the recently released United Nations report (“World Urbanization Prospects”), more than half of humanity now lives in cities. Today, 54% of the world’s population, 3.9 billion people, resides in urban areas, compared to only 30% back in 1950. The report predicts that cities will add an additional 2.5 billion people by 2050, with nearly 90% of this increase happening in Asia and Africa.

Judges' Expression of Interest: Young Women Transform Prize

YouthPower, USAID, the Volvo Group, Standard Chartered

Applications Open - Young Women Transform Prize: Enabling Youth Led Economic Empowerment

The “Young Women Transform Prize: Enabling Youth-Led Economic Empowerment” seeks international youth development professionals (implementers and funders) to review applications submitted by youth-led and youth-serving organizations. Express your interest in being a volunteer judge today. Thanks to USAID, The Volvo Group and Standard Chartered for their support of the Prize.

Youth Labor Skill Training in Nepal

World Bank Group

Training is one of the main ways that the Nepal government intervenes in the labor market. This descriptive study documents patterns, trends, correlates, and the labor-market effects of formal off-the-job training of youth, based on national household survey data. Training rates in Nepal tend to be higher than in other South Asian countries. Within the country, rates are higher for traditionally advantaged groups. While both short-and long-term training programs are available, most programs are short-term.

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Western Balkans Labor Market Trends 2018

World Bank Group, Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies

Executive Summary

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Report

Foresight Africa: Top priorities for the continent in 2018

Brookings Institution

In this year’s Foresight Africa, AGI scholars and invited experts delve deeply into six overarching themes that highlight areas in which African countries and their citizens are taking the lead to achieve inclusive growth.

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Report

High School Longitudinal Study of 2009 (HSLS:09) Second Follow-Up

U.S. Department of Education, National Center For Education Statistics

This report presents selected findings from the second follow-up of the High School Longitudinal Study of 2009 (HSLS:09). HSLS:09 follows a nationally representative sample of students who were ninth-graders in fall 2009 from the beginning of high school into higher education and the workforce.

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