ENAM is back in Turin!
Eleven students from the Ecole nationale d'administration et de la magistrature (ENAM) in Cameroon will visit Turin on 23-27 March to take part in the course on the follow up and assessment of youth employment programmes as part of the partnership signed by the Centre and ENAM Cameroon.
The Centre supports ENAM to improve the skills of its teachers and students through a series of training activities.
These students are part of a group of 23 people from 7 African countries: Madagascar, Togo, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Benin, and Democratic Republic of Congo, in addition to Cameroon.
Throughout the world, young people suffer problems in having access to employment. The ILO estimates that 73 million young people are looking for work and of those who work 152 million earn less than EUR 1.25 per day. Although many actions have been and continue to be implemented to overcome this situation, political decision-makers are still often faced by a crucial lack of information about the options available, the programmes that have worked well (or badly), and the lessons to be learned from them.
The main objective of this course is thus to contribute to drafting and implementing projects on youth employment including strict follow up and assessment plans.
We wish all the trainees a constructive and pleasant visit.