The RETA is designed to undertake continuation of the Public Policy Training Program (PPTP) activities during 2007-2010, following up on the start-up activities under the PPTP. The full implementation will involve a number of activities - short-term and long-term, in country and abroad - all aimed at helping build sustained domestic institutional capacity in the RETA participating countries including Cambodia, Lao PDR, and Viet Nam. This will be done through solid formal and informal skill training, and upgrading of government officials at various levels. The RETA will also aim at enhancing the specialized leadership management program for senior leaders through exposure to various technical and nontechnical programs.
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|Proposed Public Policy Training Program 2007-2010 (Financed by the Japan Fund for Public Policy Training)||Aug 2007|
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