Youth Empowerment Initiatives, Social Inclusion and Violence Prevention: A Case Study of the Kenya Youth Employment and Opportunities Project

Youth Empowerment Initiatives, Social Inclusion and Violence Prevention: A Case Study of the Kenya Youth Employment and Opportunities Project

The Youth Inclusion for Violence Prevention Project, a collaboration between CSVR and the Centre for Human Rights and Policy Studies (CHRIPS), investigates the role of public-sector employment and livelihood support programmes in promoting socio-economic inclusion of youth and preventing violence. This research report, authored by CHRIPS, shares multiple stakeholders' perceptions of the extent to which the Kenya Youth Employment and Opportunities Project (KYEOP) contributed to youth social and economic inclusion as well as violence prevention. It also provides several recommendations related to these objectives.

 

CHRIPS_Final Report_Youth Empowerment Initaives, Social Inclusion and Violence Prevention

 

 

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