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|2 Jul 2014||
German development bank KfW will cofinance up to $2 billion over three years with ADB to promote development in the Asia and Pacific region, particularly in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Mongolia, and Viet Nam. The KfW cofinancing will focus on energy, urban infrastructure, climate change, small and medium enterprise financing, vocational training,...
|19 May 2014||
42466-014 Loans for Skills Training to Boost Jobs and Wages in Bangladesh ADB will lend $350 million to Bangladesh to help public and private institutions scale up skills training for 1.25 million young workers so...
|18 Feb 2014||
This report is a summary of the major policy issues raised at discussions at the Third Roundtable on Labor Migration. This report is a summary of the major policy issues raised at discussions among experts and practitioners from various international organizations and several Asian countries at the Third Roundtable on...
|31 Jan 2014||
Innovative Strategies in Technical and Vocational Education and Training for Accelerated Human Resource Development in South Asia
This publication synthesizes country reviews of technical and vocational education and training in Bangladesh, Bhutan, the Maldives, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. One of the greatest challenges faced by South Asian countries is creating productive employment for the vast numbers of young entrants to the labor market. This...
|30 Jan 2014||
This report identifies priorities in TVET and higher education in South Asia on how to meet the emerging needs for skilling a large number of young people to turn them into a productive and competitive force in labor markets. This publication highlights priorities and strategies in meeting current and emerging needs for...
|3 Oct 2013||
44213-015 $500 Million Loan Targets Skills-driven Secondary Education for Bangladesh The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will lend Bangladesh $500 million to help finance a major overhaul of secondary education to...
|1 Jul 2014||
Sungsup Ra, Director in ADB’s South Asia Department, explains the importance of giving all children and youth a good education to help them get better jobs and ensure South Asia’s economies grow and develop. View more education videos in South Asia: Bangladesh , India , Nepal , and Sri Lanka...
|1 Jul 2014||
Teacher training, standardized teaching qualifications, and better training institutes mean students in Bangladesh are getting a better quality, more up-to-date education. View also: Better Education and Skills Training in South Asia Key to Better Jobs, Stronger Economy...
|1 Jul 2014||
South Asia needs to invest more in education and skills training to improve economic opportunities for its growing youth population. South Asia needs to invest more in education and skills training to improve economic opportunities for its growing youth population. The regional literacy rate in...
|4 Jun 2014||
42466 42466-015 LN3131 This is the loan agreement (special operations) for the Skills for Employment Investment Program-Tranche 1 between People...