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The Supply and Demand for TVET Skills in Cambodia: A Study of Cambodia’s Large Enterprises and TVET Institutions

Consultants' Reports | December 2012

This study was commissioned as part of the program assisting the Royal Government of Cambodia to meet the objectives of the Rectangular Strategy for Growth, Employment, Equity and Efficiency, Phase III, and its National Strategic Development Plan, 2014–20182 through (i) increased access to TVET programs, particularly for women and the poor; (ii) improved quality and relevance of the TVET system; (iii) increased involvement of employers in TVET delivery; and (iv) strengthened governance and management of the TVET system.

As part of the overall project, this study was implemented in late 2013 to review both the demand and supply side of TVET education, with a particular focus on certificate levels 2 – 5. The study objectives include to understand the gaps and opportunities in and for TVET provision (supply side) and the needs of large employers (demand side).

This document dated December 2012 is provided for the ADB project 46064-001 in Cambodia.