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Integrated Country Approach (ICA) for boosting decent jobs for youth in the agri-food system

An overview of the global programme











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    This leaflet provides an overview of the current phase of the FAO’s Integrate Country Approach (ICA) for boosting decent jobs for youth in the agri-food system programme (2019-2022), which is funded by Sweden and active in Guatemala, Kenya, Rwanda, Senegal and Uganda. It presents the programme beneficiaries, approach, expected results and priorities by country.
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    Integrated Country Approach (ICA) for boosting decent jobs for youth in the agri-food system - Uganda
    An overview of country statistics
    2020
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    This fact sheet is part of a series that provides an overview of several statistics for each of the five countries of FAO’s programme Integrate Country Approach (ICA) for boosting decent jobs for youth in the agri-food system, namely Guatemala, Kenya, Rwanda, Senegal, and Uganda. More particularly, the statistics proposed analyze data on population and poverty; agriculture; employment; access to finance; digital landscape; business environment; and share of remittances.
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    Integrated Country Approach (ICA) for boosting decent jobs for youth in the agri-food system - Kenya
    An overview of country statistics
    2020
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    This fact sheet is part of a series that provides an overview of several statistics for each of the five countries of FAO’s programme Integrate Country Approach (ICA) for boosting decent jobs for youth in the agri-food system, namely Guatemala, Kenya, Rwanda, Senegal, and Uganda. More particularly, the statistics proposed analyze data on population and poverty; agriculture; employment; access to finance; digital landscape; business environment; and share of remittances.

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