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THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC has been declared over (by the World Health Organisation) as a global health emergency, as many areas of social and economic life return to normal or near-normal and confidence is returning. Yet, the risk of new variants and future surges emerging remain a possibility because the pandemic is said to be in a transition state.

Weak growth, inflation and the cost-of-living crisis continue to make unemployment a huge challenge which is evident in parts of the Eurozone, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean etc as rising fuel prices, transportation, food and other supply chain costs cause rising inflation.

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) reported that growth in 2022 was slowing. Growth is also projected to remain below trend in 2023 and 2024.

Innovative approaches/measures are needed to address the problems of weak growth, low productivity, unemployment and lack of inclusiveness.

Ghana, which has been exemplary in many areas of economic management was in July 2022 the focus of a World Bank youth employment challenge report, The report encourages, among other things: intervening in the labour market to limit mismatches of skills, ensure productive job matches, comprehensive support to self-employed youth etc.



  • Global repercussions of war in Europe
  • Development/Sector Narrative
  • Economic growth
  • Youth unemployment
  • Resilience (Financial and organisational)
  • Technology and employment opportunities.

Ferdinand Azille

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We encourage research and discussion on social and economic matters which promote training & skills, enterprise development and support mechanisms to foster job-creation, growth, social and economic inclusion for the benefit of all in society and for young people in particular. Through the facilitation of advice, training and support systems, we help make a positive difference in beneficiaries’ employment situations.

The social and economic challenges which the world faces are many, varied and complex- low productivity, insufficient economic growth, unemployment, skill shortages yet, new technology is constantly advancing. Our experience in enterprise and economic development and our strategic/comprehensive approach make us well suited to assist individuals and organisations navigate the challenges which they face.



-Firms/organisations, especially those involved with: technology, tourism, business advice, apprenticeship and business incubator programmes.

– Individuals seeking training/skills, employment/self-employment

– Government and non-government organisations

-Multi-lateral organisations

– Private sector organisations ( eg chambers of commerce)

– Community organisations

– Training/vocational skills organisations etc.

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  1. annon
    August 5, 2023

    With the next group of scammers comes the next so-called “pandemic.”

  2. Francisco Etienne-Dods Telemaque
    August 2, 2023

    We can always depend on some Dominican to lie about something, or distort the truth.

    “THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC has been declared over (by the World Health Organisation) as a global health emergency, as many areas of social and economic life return to normal or near-normal and confidence is returning. ”

    That’s according to a Dominican!
    5 May 2023 Health
    “The head of the UN World Health Organization (WHO) has declared “with great hope” an end to COVID-19 as a public health emergency, stressing that it does not mean the disease is no longer a global threat.”

    The COVID-19 virus is once again rising; it is still a threat, people are still dying from it. The truth can always be known as long as we are prepared to do some fact check!

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