Graduates from the Bangladeshi Madrasah education system fail to get into decent jobs. Commonly, these students get into professions that provide low income. The income of Madrasah educated family heads are similar to that of the national level. This other way indicates their low income compared to other educated family heads.
- Access, information & coordination – essential to ensure public services for youth in slums Gallery8. Decent work and economic growth, BLAST, Event, Income, LNOB, Occupation, Partner, SDG, TAF, Workshop, Youth
Three issues need to put emphasis in order to ensure effective public service delivery for the youth living in slums. These are – access to public services availability of information on those services and effective coordination between Gos and NGOs for facilitating those services to the urban slum youth.
Youth of the marginalised groups, such as plain-land Adivasi and Dalit community, are deprived of getting access to public services required for education and skill development. It will require special attention from policymakers and public service providers to enhance their facilities and to improve their condition with a view to prepare them for employment.
- Education, Skill and Jobs for Youth should be facilitated by Public Offices Gallery8. Decent work and economic growth, Budget, Education and Skills, Event, LNOB, Occupation, Partner, SDG, Sub National, Sylhet, TAF, Workshop, Youth
Bangladesh is aspired to be a higher middle-income country and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. Labour-productivity of Bangladesh would be far-behind than the higher middle-income countries in 2030, even lower than that of the lower-middle income countries as well as those of India and Vietnam.
In achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030, it is important that the government engages the civil society in its implementation process. The non-government and civil society organisations, therefore, [...]