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close this bookThe Reintegration of War-Affected Youth: The Experience of Mozambique (ILO, 1997, 52 p.)
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Open this folder and view contents2. Background: The impact of armed conflict on youth in Mozambique
Open this folder and view contents3. Reintegrating war-affected youth into society in Mozambique through vocational skills training programmes
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View the documentAnnex 1. Selected list of organizations providing vocational training to youth in Mozambique

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by Stuart Maslen

ILO Action Programme on Skills and Entrepreneurship Training for Countries Emerging from Armed Conflict

Vocational Rehabilitation Branch
Training Policies and Systems Branch
International Labour Office, Geneva

August 1997

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First published 1997

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