With 62% of Africa’s population being under 25 years of age, youth employment is crucial.
Early findings show that the productivity of youth labor (and rural labor in general) employed in both farming and non-farming sectors is significantly influenced by local farmland distribution patterns. Strategies that effectively improve productivity and profitability of farming are critical to expanding employment opportunities and improving youth livelihoods.
Publications and Presentations
Published on October 10, 2017
Thomas Jayne, Seattle, WA, October 10, 2017
Published on October 9, 2017
Milu Muyanga, T.S. Jayne, Kwame Yeboah, Jordan Chamberlin, Ayala Wineman, Ward Anseeuw, Antony Chapoto, Nicholas Sitko, Rome, Italy, October 9, 2017
Does Farm Structure Matter? The Effects of Farmland Distribution Patterns on Rural Household Incomes in Tanzania - IDWP 157
Published on October 1, 2017
IDWP 157. Jordan Chamberlin and T. S. Jayne. October 2017
Published on September 15, 2017
Thomas Jayne and F. Kwame Yeboah, Geneva, Switzerland, September 15, 2017
Published on September 12, 2017
T. S. Jayne, Milu Muyanga, Felix Kwame Yeboah, Ayala Wineman, LulamaTraub, Nairobi, Kenya, September 12, 2017