According to ADB website, the government of Myanmar recognizes that skills development will be critical in promoting inclusive growth and poverty reduction, assisting Myanmar to meet rapidly evolving labor market needs, rebalancing and equipping the labor force and the economy to modernize and climb the technological ladder into higher value-added sectors, and enhancing equity of opportunity to new opportunities. Under the Comprehensive Education Sector Review (CESR) launched by the government in late 2012, with harmonized support from development partner organizations (DPOs) the Asian Development Bank (ADB) has been a lead DPO supporting analysis and policy dialogue on technical and vocational education and training (TVET) and other post-primary education subsectors in Myanmar. The impact will be enhanced skills foundation for balanced and inclusive growth.
Project Officer: Spohr, Christopher A.
Southeast Asia Department
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