The main objective of the Project is to improve the quality and relevance of skills training programs to build a high quality workforce and address the issues of skills mismatch and unemployment among rural and urban youths by monitoring labor market demands and providing job placement services. Special attention will be given to women and rural poor.
The Project has the following five components:
- quarterly labor market surveys
- curriculum revision and staff development according to the needs of industries and communities
- evaluation of training institutes and their restructuring to best suit to the needs
-rehabilitation of buildings and procurement of needed equipment
- provision of career guidance and job placement services.
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