ILO, ITU and the AU gather stakeholders to advance a new joint programme to boost decent jobs and enhance skills for youth in Africa’s digital economy
ABIDJAN (ILO NEWS) – The International Labour Organization (ILO), International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the African Union (AU) held a virtual roundtable on 22 October 2020 to build sustainable partnerships and explore funding mechanisms for their recently launched joint continental programme, entitled “Boosting Decent Jobs and Enhancing Skills for Youth”.
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