Original disclosure @ IADB website
Updated in EWS Oct 17, 2018
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According to IADB website, the project aims to promote the labor insertion of young women and men and people with disabilities from the most vulnerable sectors of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires (CABA) and Greater Buenos Aires (GBA) through professional training focused on the development of technical skills and soft. It has the following project components:
Component 1. Technical Training and Professional Insertion
Component 2. Training and Labor Market Inclusion of Young Women
Component 3. Training and Labor Market Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities
Component 4. Implementation, Monitoring, Evaluation and Dissemination of Results
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