This report is an integral part of the survey and analysis work launched by the Research Department of the French Development Agency (Agence Française de Développement, AFD) on training in the informal sector in five African countries (South Africa, Benin, Cameroon, Morocco and Senegal). It was commissioned by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and uses the same working assumptions as those applied to the other countries studied. It is also complementary to the report on Ethiopia, which was produced on behalf of the German technical co-operation agency (GTZ) and also used the methodological framework developed by the AFD.
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