Challenged with a bulging youth population and simmering instability, Ethiopia on Thursday unveiled a Plan of Action for Jobs Creation — an ambitious project that envisages providing 20 million new jobs by 2025.

Ephrem Lemango, commissioner of jobs creation organization under the Prime Minister’s office, unveiled the plan that comprises key sectors, believed to absorb the labor market.

“Studies show that up to 14 million jobs need to be created by 2025,” Lemango told a gathering of hundreds including senior government officials, representatives of development partners, the private sector as well as youth and women’s associations.

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