Low Level of Education, Micro Financial Credits, Poverty, Unemployment And Urban Youth Behaviors
Mathias, B. D.
Kisumbe, L. A.
Mlowosa, T. P.
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Unemployment is a persistent challenge to human being the case which is more experienced in urban areas. Of recent, there is much efforts devoted to both local and international organs to alleviate the problem. The huge number of unemployment alleviation action reports points out that the majority of the world unemployed are found more in urban areas than in rural areas. Furthermore, many reports written by national organizations, regional integration, international organizations and conferences addressing the problem of unemployment and have a multitude of framework and policies to eliminate certain effects such as poverty. The purpose of this study was to assess the impact of unemployed urban youth behaviors of Ilala Municipality. The study was carried out in Ilala Municipality. The tour of identification was directed towards a sample frame generated through a field survey in two wards namely “Kivukoni” and “Mchafukoge”. The study observes that, unemployment problem leads to hard economic situation to youth due to low level of education, low income, working and living condition attached to them. The Tanzania Governments and its institutions should implement the policies by helping the youth get employment. Proper environment and regulations should be restructured for the youth to create self employments. The information should be provided to youths on how to form self generating income groups through provision of soft loans such as SACCOS and Micro financial credit. Self employments should be respected, acknowledged and legalized as well because they are personal initiatives for minimizing a biting living situation.