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Human Capital Development Strategy for Somalia

Heritage Institute for Policy Studies; City University of Mogadishu


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  "datePublished": "2021-07-09", 
  "description": "<p>The last 20 years have been characterized by slow but steady recovery and a modest reconstitution of state institutions, including the adoption of a contested and unsettled federal governance structure. There is much to be optimistic about Somalia&rsquo;s recovery despite the protracted instability. This human capital development strategy is anchored on Somalia&rsquo;s fragile realities and its success hinges upon the ushering in of a conducive enabling environment. The human capital development strategy aims to provide a framework to transform the knowledge and skills of the Somali workforce and help to develop an empowered and healthy Somali population with the necessary skills and attitudes for productive sector-driven and sustainable economic development.</p>", 
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