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Mr. Beecham noted, “that’s a total of 8,600.At the moment we have 19,500 community health workers undergoing field training across all the 216 districts” in the country.
“We are supremely confident that we will be able to hit the target our honorable sector Minister set us of a 100,000 youth.”
The YEA which replaced Ghana Youth Employment and Entrepreneurial Development Agency (GYEEDA) now has the legal backing to ensure sustainability and prompt payment of a GHc 250 monthly allowance to trainees.
The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between YEA and the NVTI is to extend the training to the informal sector.
The youth employment Agency was inaugurated under the youth employment act 2015 (Act 887) with the aim of empowering the youth in order to be a significant contributor to the sustainable and socio-economic development of the country.