The proposed AIS project fits well with the overall vsion of Chadian state policy led by the country’s highest authorities. It is therefore an extension of the social policy on youth entrepreneurship and the fight against food insecurity, which are the Chadian government’s and its partners’ watchwords. However, the current economic context is significantly unfavourable to the problem of combating youth unemployment in general and those in rural areas in particular. This is why this action aims to strengthen capacities and improve the quality and quantity of services offered to young people in the fifteen regions with a view to reducing the impact of youth unemployment and food insecurity among vulnerable groups. Our imitative will generate several effects, which, on : The poverty plan, can be measured in terms of the number of people affected by income diversification, economy of scale; The employment plan, the signs can be the percentage of young people hired, social cohesion, family
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