3ie scoping papers help lay out the landscape of what evidence is known in a particular development sector.
3ie Scoping Papers identify the promising questions for research synthesis and the priority questions for further impact evaluation research. They analyse the existing supply of impact evaluation and systematic review evidence and the demand for such evidence from policymakers and programme managers.
The state of evidence on the impact of transferable skills programming on youth in low- and middle-income countries
3ie Scoping Paper 4, 2015
Transferable skills are higher-order cognitive skills and non-cognitive skills that individuals can use to be successful across different situations in work and life. As international agencies and governments are increasingly funding and implementing programmes to build transferable skills for youth, more high-quality evidence is needed to inform those decisions and designs. This scoping paper explores the state of evidence for interventions in low- and middle-income countries aiming to build transferable skills.
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