Quantitative Analysis of Youth Not in Education, Employment and Training (NEET) 15–24 years old |Regional Report

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QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS ON NEET
Author(s)/editor(s)
UN Women with Helen Perry (author) Jess Qvist and Kyana Bowen (editors)

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and associated worldwide economic decline, East and Southern Africa (ESA) has suffered job losses and an increase in poverty, interruptions in healthcare services, and declined nutrition levels. Young adults whose place in the labor market is often informal, temporary, and tenuous at best have suffered greater job and income losses than their parents.

As part of ensuring that recovery efforts also reduce the number of youth, especially young women, not in employment, education, or training (NEET), UN Women in ESA commissioned a quantitative study on the NEET status of youth aged 15-24 years in nine countries in the region.

This report summarizes the country findings and provides a detailed analysis of available NEET data for youth aged 15-24 years with a view to supporting evidence-based policy advocacy and action in this area.

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Bibliographic information

Resource type(s): Data/statistics
UN Women office publishing: East and Southern Africa Regional Office
Publication year
2022
Number of pages
86