The two previous editions were held in Agadir
African Days for Employment Development (Jade) cross the borders for a new perception of the employment and employability of young people in Africa in Dakar.
The African Center for Research on Innovation and Development (Arcid organizes, in partnership with Ibn Zohr University (ENCG Agadir, ENCG Dakhla and EST Guelmim), the third Jade on April 26 and 27 in Dakar (Senegal).
According to the organizers of this event, the third edition of the Jade is a first step to establish the partnership between the Kingdom and other countries of the African continent. It seeks to address issues related to employment and employability in Morocco and Senegal. Its challenges go beyond a simple creation of recruitment opportunities in both countries, and seeks to become the first opportunity for young entrepreneurs creating jobs.
This meeting will not be limited to simple recruitment simulations or coaching workshops, but also aims to produce real young entrepreneurs and creators of the job of tomorrow. It comes to establish partnership initiatives and promote the dynamism of Morocco to African countries.
Indeed, Jade 2019 crosses the borders to complete and share the principles of the new perception of employment in Africa. This perception is inspired by the principles of innovative entrepreneurship based on limited resources and incorporates the characteristics of the African context.
For this third edition, the innovation is the launch of the "Jade Caravan" which will call at four stations: the ENCG-Agadir, East Guelmim, and then the ENCG-Dakhla to land in Dakar.
"It is a concept developed to establish the principles of innovative entrepreneurship among our young people and to discover and inspire the spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship at home. Through this caravan, these young people will be able to produce innovative ideas, which will also translate into concrete projects meeting the major challenges of the African continent, " said Dr. Rachid Oumlil, founding president of Arcid. This edition will be spread over two days of a rich menu and various activities that will include: a symposium on employment and employability in Africa and more particularly in Senegal, round tables on youth and climate change. entrepreneurship in Africa and Senegal in particular, meetings with the main recruitment agencies, companies and employment and training partners on the African continent.
Also on the menu, recruitment simulations and workshops in innovation, sharing experiences and competitions, pitching in innovation …