ADB is helping Indonesia update and improve technical and vocational training in polytechnic institutions to better align graduates’ skills with employers’ needs. The project will support measures to increase access to and quality and relevance of polytechnic education, develop high-quality programs related to key industries, and promote private sector involvement in the polytechnic sector.
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