Promoting employment and entrepreneurship for vulnerable youths in West Bank and Gaza Strip

RURAL EMPLOYMENT
Case Studies Series #1

Promoting employment and
entrepreneurship for vulnerable youths
in West Bank and Gaza Strip

In partnership with the Palestinian Authority Ministry of Education and Higher Education,
Ministry of Youth and Sport, Youth Development Association and
the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA)

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Rome, 2010



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Table of Contents

Part 1   [254Kb]

    Table of contents
    Acknowledgements
    Acronyms
    Executive summary

Part 2   [496Kb]

    1 Background and rationale
    2 The challenges of youth employment in West Bank and Gaza Strip 2. Carbon Markets – which types exist and how they work
    3 The Junior Farmer Field and Life School (JFFLS) experience in Gaza and West Bank

Part 3   [1Mb]

    4 The role of women and the role of the women’s associations in WBGS
    5 Sustainability of the JFFLS in West Bank and Gaza through youth club associations
    6 Evaluation of the pilot phase 2008-2009 (main findings)
    7 The JFFLS 2009-2010 school year
    8 Conclusions
    9 Recommendations

     


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