The goal of the Project is to help equitable and sustainable development of ethnic minorities (EM) by equipping EM youth with post-basic education qualifications and community leadership skills. The Project aims to (i) reduce socio-economic barriers for EM youth accessing and completing upper secondary schooling and teacher training, and (ii) enhance their readiness for teacher training colleges (TTCs) and job opportunities of a teaching profession in their provinces. Specific objectives of the Project are to (i) improve EM students' access and completion of upper secondary schooling; (ii) provide a better learning environment; (iii) supply qualified and responsive EM minority teachers to meet local needs; (iv) strengthen capacity of TTCs to develop relevant and tailor-made training programs for EM teachers; and (v) raise awareness of EM youth to take an active role in the future in community-driven development initiatives through EM youth leadership orientation program.
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|Expansion of Learning Opportunities for Ethnic Minority Youth (Financed by the Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction)||Oct 2006|
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