The project will focus on five priority areas: (i) manufacturing; (ii) agro-business (iii) infrastructure and (iv) energy and mining, (v) tourism. The impact of the project is that polytechnic education system contributes to national socio-economic development objectives in these selected industries. The expected outcome is that polytechnic education is more accessible, relevant and responsive to labor market needs, technological and entrepreneurial innovation. The performance targets are (i) the number of polytechnic students enrolled in programs in the 5 priority sectors increases by 25%, with at least 30% of these female; (ii) the number of polytechnic graduates entering the workforce increases by 25% in 5 priority sectors, with at least a 15% increase of these female, and (iii) the percentage of polytechnic graduates finding relevant employment within 6 months of graduation increases 25% by Year 5 at four Centers of Excellences (COEs) and 12 satellite polytechnic institutions.
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