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close this bookThe Reintegration of War-Affected Youth: The Experience of Mozambique (ILO, 1997, 52 p.)
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View the documentPreface
View the documentAcknowledgements
View the documentExecutive Summary
View the document1. Introduction
close this folder2. Background: The impact of armed conflict on youth in Mozambique
View the document2.1. The long years of war
View the document2.2. The legacy of the conflict
close this folder3. Reintegrating war-affected youth into society in Mozambique through vocational skills training programmes
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View the document3.1. The demobilization and reintegration of former youth combatants
View the document3.2. The reintegration of child soldiers
View the document3.3. The reintegration of youth civilians
close this folder3.4. Selected examples of mainstream vocational training courses
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View the document3.4.1. GPE/GTZ Micro-Enterprise Promotion Project in Mozambique
View the document3.4.2. Agricultural Training Centre (Centro da Formação Agrario)
View the document3.4.3. Ntwanano project (Polana Caniço)
close this folder4. Incorporating life skills into vocational skills training
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View the document4.1. Literacy and numeracy
View the document4.2. Basic management skills
View the document4.3. Civic education
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View the document4.5. Knowledge of human rights and labour standards
View the document4.6. HIV/AIDS awareness
View the document4.7. Psychosocial assistance
View the document4.8. Drug and alcohol abuse
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close this folder5. Recommendations
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close this folder5.1. Planning technical and life (basic) skills training as well as employment creation programmes
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View the document5.1.1. Needs assessment
View the document5.1.2. Mainstreaming of “vulnerable” groups
close this folder5.2. Implementation of skills training programmes for war-affected youth
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View the document5.2.1. Selection of beneficiaries
View the document5.2.2. Selection and training of trainers
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View the document5.4. Policy considerations
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View the documentAnnex 1. Selected list of organizations providing vocational training to youth in Mozambique