In 2017, as part of our International Citizen Service, young people from the UK and Liberia undertook youth-led research on education and work. Over a six week period the young people reached out to young people in areas affected by Ebola using methods such as interviews, focus groups, case study collection and surveys. This report focuses on how young people with various experiences of education are supported to get a job or start a business in the capital Monrovia and Kakata.
The report has been written by the young people and reflects their experience of undertaking the research; their key findings and recommendations for action.
You can also read the sister report on youth-led research in Sierra Leone and our toolkit of resources for data collection.