The conference will focus on Egypt, Tunisia, and Morocco. The event will run on the regional platform 'eina4jobs' (Entrepreneurship, Innovations and Advice for Jobs), established by the African Development Bank with support from the Danish-Arab Partnership. Participants, including experts and government ministers from Egypt, Morocco, and Tunisia, will analyze structural changes in the North African labor market. The event will also feature a dialogue among policymakers, the private sector, and development partners to explore solutions - and operational innovations - that may advance job creation through entrepreneurship and MSMEs. According to eina4jobs, Egypt, Morocco, and Tunisia could create more than 8 million jobs by 2030 to more effectively integrate youth into the labor market and reduce unemployment.
Source: The North Africa Journal June 04, 2022 02:52 UTC