Differences in the effects of vocational training on men and women: constraints on women and drop-out behaviour
Ahmed Mobarak () and
Victor Orozco-Olvera ()
ILO Working Papers from International Labour Organization
The following paper Differences in the effects of vocational training on men and women: Constraints on women and drop-out behaviour authored by our partners at the World Bank, Yale University and the Malawi National AIDS Commission, evaluates the impacts of the “Technical and Vocational Skills Training pilot program (TVST)” for vulnerable youth, the first study of its kind to experimentally evaluate vocational training in Africa.
Keywords: vocational training.; youth; women; dropout; gender; vulnerable groups; social conditions; evaluation; formation professionnelle; jeunesse; femmes; abandon des études; genre; groupes vulnérables; conditions sociales; évaluation; formación profesional; juventud; mujeres; abandono de estudios; género; grupos vulnerables; condiciones sociales; evaluación (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 38 pages
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