Original disclosure @ IADB website
Updated in EWS May 3, 2022
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The project will contribute to improving the economic situation of indigenous and peri-urban youth, through the articulation of public and private actors, as well as the development of the foundations for a sustainable rural youth entrepreneurship ecosystem in the departments of Potosi, Tarija and La Paz, linked to local, regional and national urban markets in the sectors of food processing, gastronomy, tourism, technology, creative and cultural industries, and others, promoting green jobs6. To this end, the project will build an intervention model that develops the talent and skills of indigenous and peri-urban youth to create an urban-rural connection through digitalization and inclusion of the population.
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