Three years ago, the African Development Bank released a staggering statistic: 100 million youth entrants to the labour market could be unemployed by 2030. And despite efforts to make a dent in that projection, the situation remains dire. The unemployment challenge stretches scant social safety nets and, worse, sows the seed of social exclusion—the fruits of which can include political exploitation, religious indoctrination and even violent extremism. Read More

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