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Changing the Trajectory: Education and Training for Youth in Democratic Republic of Congo (World Bank Working Papers) epub ebook

by Sajitha Bashir

Changing the Trajectory: Education and Training for Youth in Democratic Republic of Congo (World Bank Working Papers) epub ebook

Author: Sajitha Bashir
Category: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: World Bank Publications (June 25, 2009)
Pages: 120 pages
ISBN: 0821380028
ISBN13: 978-0821380024
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World Bank Working Paper ; no. 169. Africa Human Development Series.

Changing the Trajectory : Education and Training for Youth in Democratic Republic of Congo. World Bank Working Paper ; no. Although the Congolese economy has experienced fast growth and poverty has declined, further reducing poverty will require more dynamic job creation and continued reductions in fertility rates.

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The Democratic Republic of Congo faces the challenge of providing universal primary education and expanding .

The study uses the results of a simulation model that incorporates enrollment in alternative education programs and considers alternative scenarios for developing the post-primary sector.

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World Bank Working Papers are published to communicate the results of the Bank’s work to the development community with .

World Bank Working Papers are published to communicate the results of the Bank’s work to the development community with the least possible delay. A country with enormous economic and social potential, the Democratic Republic of Congo faces the twin challenges of ensuring universal primary education and expanding opportunities for post-primary education and training for its youth.

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World Bank Working Papers. Democratic Republic of the Congo : Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper. International Monetary Fund. Subjects: Education Congo (Democratic Republic);Youth Congo (Democratic Republic). Education in the Democratic Republic of Congo : Priorities and Options for Regeneration. Political Map Africa Dem. Rep. of The Congo. Hypsometric Map Africa Dem.

Contributor(s): Education For All Fast Track Initiative World Bank. Material type: BookSeries: World Bank Working Paper ; 16. ublisher: Washington, . Africa Regional Office. Human Development Dept ebrary, Inc. World Bank, Africa Region Human Development Dept.

The Democratic Republic of Congo faces the challenge of providing universal primary education and expanding opportunities for post-secondary education and training for its youth, ages 12 to 24. This study analyzes the current educational attainment and school enrollment status of youth, as well as the formal and informal post-secondary educational and training opportunities available to them. The study uses the results of a simulation model that incorporates enrollment in alternative education programs and considers alternative scenarios for developing the post-primary sector. Each scenario is evaluated for the impact on the human capital accumulation of young people and the sustainability of public expenditures. The report offers policy options for rapidly raising the educational attainment of young people who will be entering the labor force in the next two decades, including expanding opportunities for alternative education and training for out-of-school children, the extension of primary education, and the reorganization of secondary and technical/vocational training to reduce early specialization.
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