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Nigerian Youths: Education, Welfare, Personal Development and Aspirations

by Development Economist on Oct 25, 2013

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In recent years, the WHO, UNICEF and EU concerted effort has been made not only to delineate youth from children and adults while promoting policy reforms and frameworks for youth investment and ...

In recent years, the WHO, UNICEF and EU concerted effort has been made not only to delineate youth from children and adults while promoting policy reforms and frameworks for youth investment and coordination (WHO, 2002). The question then is how do we capture or provide evidences of the social, cultural and economic orientation of youths in Nigeria? What tools does policy stakeholders need to work with in dealing with these young people? Is there any advocacy for a long-term youth development strategy in Nigeria. The primary objective of this research is to provide empirical tools for public policy analysis on how to improve youth development in relation to social, cultural and economic developments/shocks

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