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Study on Skills Development for the Informal Sector of the Nigerian Economy

ACCESS TO TRAINING ACCREDITATION ADULT CONTINUING EDUCATION ADULT EDUCATION ADULT LITERACY ADULTS APPRENTICES APPRENTICESHIP APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING BASIC LIFE SKILLS BASIC LITERACY BASIC SKILLS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION COMPARATIVE EDUCATION COMPUTER PROGRAMMING COURSE CONTENT CREATIVE ARTS CURRICULA CURRICULUM DROP OUTS EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION FOR ALL EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATIONAL LEVELS EMPLOYMENT EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN ENROLLMENT ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS ENTREPRENEURSHIP ENTREPRENEURSHIP TRAINING EXERCISE BOOKS FORMAL ADULT EDUCATION FORMAL EDUCATION FREE EDUCATION FUNCTIONAL LITERACY GIRL CHILD GIRL-CHILD HEALTH CARE HEALTH EDUCATION HUMAN DEVELOPMENT ILLITERATE ADULTS ILLITERATES INSTRUCTORS INTERVENTIONS JOB TRAINING LEADERSHIP LEADERSHIP TRAINING LEARNING LEARNING MATERIALS LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES LED LEVEL OF EDUCATION LEVEL OF LITERACY LEVEL OF SKILL LIFELONG LEARNING LITERACY LOW ENROLMENT NON-FORMAL EDUCATION NON-FORMAL TRAINING NUMERACY ORPHANS PERFORMANCE INDICATORS POST TRAINING SUPPORT PRACTICAL TRAINING PRIMARY EDUCATION PROVISION OF TECHNICAL PUPILS QUALITY TRAINING RADIO READING REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH RURAL AREAS SANITATION SCHOOL DROP SCHOOL DROP-OUTS SCHOOL DROPOUT SCHOOL DROPOUTS SCHOOL HOURS SCHOOL LEAVERS SCHOOL SYSTEM SCHOOLING SCHOOLS SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE SECONDARY EDUCATION SELF EMPLOYMENT SKILL ACQUISITION SKILL DEVELOPMENT SKILL IMPROVEMENT SKILLED LABOUR SKILLED MANPOWER SKILLED WORKERS SKILLS ACQUISITION SKILLS DEVELOPMENT SKILLS TRAINING SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SPORTS STREET CHILDREN STUDY SKILLS TECHNICAL COLLEGES TECHNICAL EDUCATION TECHNICAL TRAINING TRAINEES TRAINERS TRAINING ACTIVITIES TRAINING CENTRE TRAINING CENTRES TRAINING FACILITIES TRAINING IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TRAINING INSTITUTES TRAINING INSTITUTIONS TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES TRAINING PROGRAMME TRAINING PROGRAMMES TRAINING PROGRAMS UNIVERSITY EDUCATION VOCATIONAL EDUCATION VOCATIONAL SECTION VOCATIONAL SKILLS VOCATIONAL TRAINING VOCATIONAL TRAINING INSTITUTIONS VOUCHERS VULNERABLE CHILDREN WORK EXPERIENCE YOUNG PEOPLE YOUTH
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World Bank, Ibadan, Nigeria
Africa | Nigeria
2017-09-06T19:50:10Z | 2017-09-06T19:50:10Z | 2009

The problems of employment have become a central global concern in recent times. This makes nearly all the governments and development partners to be fully engaged in finding a lasting solution to the problems. In the past, development planning efforts were concentrated on the development of a modern industrial sector. It was believed that this would serve the domestic market and facilitate the absorption of redundant or surplus workers in the urban economy. It was also the belief that rapid economic growth and development would be achieved. The study is structured into five chapters. While chapter one looks at the background to the study, the terms of reference and the structure of the report, chapter two focuses on copious relevant literature on skills development bringing out the conceptual definitions, theoretical and empirical issues in the informal sector of the economy. Chapter three presents the methodology of how training providers as well as the beneficiaries of the programs were surveyed in the study. Chapter four gives the inventory of the programs for the informal sector skills development and a detailed analysis of five most important non- state-run programs in the country. Chapter five forms the conclusions and recommendations of the work.

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