Exploring the Dynamics of Farm and non-Farm Employment among Nigerian Youth

The dynamics of youth employment in developing countries are often determined by factors that vary from one country to the other ranging from economic conditions to government policies. Understanding these dynamics has continued to attract the interest of research over time, due to the long unabated unemployment crises in the continent tipped to be home to 50% of the world’s …

Making a Case for Migrants’ originating Households in Malawi

According to research, migration for employment is a key feature of youth mobility in certain parts of Africa, as individuals migrate primarily to improve their social status and learn new skills and trades. Internal migration – both rural to urban and rural to rural, of youth is also increasing due to lack of employment opportunities, and as a consequence of …