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Pacific islands commit to policies that promote youth entrepreneurship


“We will go back to our countries with a model that we can implement” – Government of Tonga

The governments of eight Commonwealth island countries in the Pacific have resolved to implement policies that will enable more young people to become entrepreneurs and job creators rather than job seekers.

Youth unemployment in the Pacific today stands at 23 percent with young people up to six times more likely to be jobless than the rest of the adult population.


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