Skills Pathways Out of Poverty: Technical and vocational skills development? Breaking the cycle of poverty for poor youth and young adults in Ghana

Abstract

The research described seeks to investigate the pathways young people use to escape poverty (via training and work) and the role which skills acquisition plays in this process.

Citation

Presented at a conference "Enhancing Educational Quality and Outcomes in Africa: Research Findings and Implications for Education Policy" on 9 -10 March 2009. 27 pp.

Skills Pathways Out of Poverty: Technical and vocational skills development? Breaking the cycle of poverty for poor youth and young adults in Ghana

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