IDA AT WORK IN AFRICA | FEBRUARY 14, 2019

Every year, 90 % of the 350,000 young Nigeriens entering the job market do not have the right qualifications. What can be done?

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Distributive, participative and decentralized, open innovation programs can pave the way for start-ups to access larger markets.

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Building human capital is important because investing in health, education, and youth skills development can help end poverty.

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Main Office Contact
187, Rue des Dallols
B.P: 12402 Niamey
Niamey, Niger
For general information and inquiries
Habibatou Gologo
Communications Officer
hgologo@worldbank.org
For project-related issues and complaints
nigeralert@worldbank.org