‘How Nigeria can close youth unemployment gap’
Some members of the civil society groups have raised concerns about the nation’s youth unemployment, citing the need for improved capacity building to address the issue.
Stakeholders seek use of PPP model to tackle youth unemployment
Experts in Nigeria’s business sector have said that Public Private Partnership (PPP) between the government and the private sector can be a veritable driver of youth employment.
Anglican women urge government to tackle youth unemployment
Women's and Girls’ Organisations in the Diocese of Lagos (Anglican Communion) has decried the rate of youth unemployment in the country. President of the organisation, Professor Motunrayo Olumakaiye, in her address themed ‘Stronger, Deeper and Higher’ at the 2019 Centenary Women’s Conference in Lagos, referred to a January 2019 online publication.
‘Nigeria needs 11m jobs annually to tackle youth unemployment’
Nigeria needs to create about 11 million new jobs yearly to tackle youth unemployment facing the country. The Regional Coordinator, United Nations Environment Ecosystem Based Adaptation for Food Security Assembly (EBAFOSA), Dr Richard Munang, disclosed this at the UNEP-EBAFOSA Nigeria policy harmonisation meeting for implementing the Economic Recovery Growth Plan (ERGP), and Climate Action, held…
With Digipreneur, Anambra tackles youth unemployment
According to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), youth unemployment rate in Nigeria increased to 33.10 per cent in the third quarter of 2017 from 29.50 per cent in the second quarter of 2017. The statistics averaged 21.73 per cent from 2014 until 2017, reaching an all time high of 33.10 per cent in the…
BeepMAGNET unveils e-commerce solutions to curb youth unemployment
This follows its determination to provide profitable and tested residual income programmes through online and offline services to empower, create jobs and alternative streams of income for young Nigerians.
Youth unemployment responsible for insecurity
Ahmed said this on Tuesday in Ilorin while declaring open a two-Day international conference on “ Security and Peaceful Co-existence in Nigeria’’ organised by the state government.