Africa’s Great Generation: Rapid urbanization and a young population is the challenge of a century

“If you are not employed, you can’t really take care of your family’s needs, and you’re not socially recognized as an adult in the full sense of the term,” explains Eloundou-Enyegue, who is professor and chair of development sociology. “Without a job and being out of school, you may lack a clear social identity, and you absorb and blame yourself for something that is actually a structural problem.”

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