The Project will increase the availability of demand driven skills training to improve income-earning opportunities of unemployed youth and poor adults in selected urban areas and increase productivity of domestic labor. The objective will be achieved by piloting an innovative cooperation scheme between private enterprises, NGOs, vocational training schools and other training providers, which will include (i) improving quality and relevance of selected TEVT programs through close participation of industry in the design and conduct of flexible, competency based skills training, and (ii) mobilizing and improving training capacities of NGOs, private training providers and industries that have the potential to provide skills training for unemployed youth and adults to complement training provided by the formal TEVT system.
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|Nonformal Skills Training for Unemployed Youth and Adults (Financed by the Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction)||Feb 2006|
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