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    As part of EAYIP’s objective 3, a baseline study to identify policy and legal bottlenecks to youth’s eff ective engagement in agribusiness and the proposed stakeholder interventions was undertaken by ESRF in July and August 2017. The study culminated into policy briefs targeting national, district and community or village levels (See Sample in Annex 1). The policy briefs contain recommendations categorized into four groups:

    (a) Policy reforms such as those concerning youth development strategies and education curricula in schools;

    (b) Legal reforms such as those governing access to productive land, forests and water resources;

    (c) Institutional arrangements for facilitating youth engagement in agribusiness and in tackling cultural and traditional impediments to equatable distribution of production resources as well as prejudices against farmining.

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