Original disclosure @ IFC website
Updated in EWS May 10, 2022
Disclosed by Bank Oct 7, 2021
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According to the bank website, the Objective of the Skills in Ghana Project is to improve employability-related processes and operations in tertiary level education institutions (TVET, colleges, and universities) in Ghana and thus help institutions to provide improved employability services to students. The Project is implemented in partnership with the National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE), the regulator, and it takes a programmatic sector level approach by engaging both public and private institutions to develop a sector level “language” and data-driven understanding of employability.
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