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Many people in the Global South have no option to earn an income enabling them a life beyond poverty, let alone a decent living. The situation is particularly volatile in Africa, for the population there will double by 2050, and every year, 25 million new jobs need to be created for the surge of young people entering the labour market. However, the far-reaching transformation which the continent has been undergoing for a number of years also opens up a wide range of employment prospects.
- Global cooperation is the only way to cope with the crisis
- What African farmers and processors have to say
- Mitigating labour shortages
- Putting the emphasis on girls and young women
- Building our food systems back better
- Africa's rapid economic transformation
- Informal household enterprises in sub-Saharan Africa – livelihoods for rural transformation
- Leveraging the employment potential of industries without smokestacks
- Demand-driven extension and advisory services – catalysing opportunities for youth in agriculture
- Skills development – what the dual approach can achieve
- What works in rural (youth) employment?
- Africa's face of agriculture is female
- Livelihoods beyond survival
- Why East Africa chose to develop a regional bioeconomy strategy
- Green urban development creates rural employment perspectives
- Creating livelihoods through clean energy and agriculture
- A win-win-win model: urban investors finance rural agriculture