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In the early 1980s, structural adjustment programs had serious social costs for most African countries, particularly in terms of job loss. An unemployment rate of about 30.0 percent resulted from cuts in govern- ment payrolls and the restructuring or liquidation of enterprises and financial institutions. The situation was aggravated by urbanization, making the labor supply particularly elastic in our countries. In Senegal in 1989, young people accounted for 67.2 percent of the total number of unemployed men and 52.0 percent of the total number of unemployed women. During that period, the economic growth rate was around 2.1 percent compared to a population growth rate of 2.8 percent. The con- stant deterioration of public finances reduced investment expenditure to levels inadequate to cover infrastructure rehabilitation and operat- ing and maintenance (O&M) costs. It was clear that none of the existing public enterprises or administrative services could develop a rapid and efficient solution and implement a sound public works program.