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.
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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