State of the Evidence: Youth Workforce Development
Part of the USAID Learning Series: Youth Workforce Development in 2022: What Have We Learned?
After four years of advancing learning through its Youth Workforce Development Learning Agenda, USAID initiated a process in 2022 to review new evidence related to the learning questions. In addition to a desk review, consultations were held with stakeholders involved in youth skills development, employment, and entrepreneurship programming in low- and middle-income countries. This process resulted in a series of State of the Evidence Updates. Each brief offers a short synopsis of learning around one of USAID’s current learning agenda themes and is intended to support evidence-based decision-making in youth workforce development.
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Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Systematic Review
Soft Skills Development to Advance Student-Centered Higher Education