Tanzania Should Address Youth Joblessness
Tanzania Should Address Youth Joblessness

Tanzania Should Address Youth Joblessness

Tanzania Should Address Youth Joblessness

Tanzania’s youth unemployment rate remains a big challenge to growth and the government must address it. Among ways recommended include connecting them to the banking sector for them to access credit and engage in agricultural production, AllAfrica reported. The governor of the Bank of Tanzania, Benno Ndulu, said at the launch of the World Bank’s 9th Tanzania Economic Update. He said the country had abundant resources, which created a lot of opportunities for skilled youth possessing the right digital technology. Tanzania’s economic growth remained stable unlike most other African countries because, among other things, it has made huge strides in infrastructure development.


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