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By Joseph Miti and Sanyu Phiona-Development Research and Training (DRT) Africa is a youthful continent – of its population of over 920 million people, 60% are young people between the ages of 15 and 24. Recent estimates show that about 80 million youth in the continent live on less than $2 a day. While 10 to 12...

 Susan Njambi-Szlapka and Alexandra Lowe discuss the potential for cooperatives to help create fairer digital work youth in Africa. Urging how digital cooperatives could be relevant for youth-owned small and micro enterprises and highlighting the greatest potential they hold to allow producers to bring their produce to market at higher prices....

This blog illustrates how youth have been using technology to adapt to the Covid-19 crisis. It was written by MELANIE PINET of ODI, ETHEL BOATENG of Participatory Development Associates (PDA) in Ghana & PHIONAH SANYU of Development Research and Training (DRT) in Uganda. It was published on African Arguments. The...

Globally, Young people are facing difficulties to access financial services. Statistics show that young people access financial services at roughly half the rate of adults.  According to the World Bank’s Global Findex database, youth are 40% less likely to save at banks and 60% less likely to have borrowed. Without these services, young...