Youth Development Programmes for Employable Skills in Ghana: The book explores the different factors that affect the employment of young people particularly graduates of vocational and training institutions. It further examines the role of each institution involved in the delivery of youth programmes and provides avenues for addressing the question of coordination and partnership among the various players. The contents also confirm the proposition that youth employment is not attainable without re-orienting the objectives of training to furnish technical, entrepreneurial and management skills and help develop appropriate attitudes for occupations and jobs. The book concludes with proposed practical institutional framework which will address the participation gap among the actors. The book provides the reader with clear picture of how government, employers, training and vocational institutions can work together generate opportunities with Kumasi Metropolis as reference.