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Characteristics and needs of out-of-school youth

AID Research and Development Abstracts 10(1/2): p.37
Characteristics and needs of out-of-school youth
This paper analyzes the characteristics and needs of out-of-school youth in developing countries and proposes priority recommendations for AID assistance. Out-of-school youth fall into three main categories: those who have had no access to schooling; those who dropped out without completing a specified or expected level of schooling; and those who completed a certain stage, such as primary, but have not continued to the following stage.

Accession: 001053153

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