Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS Feb 14, 2019
Disclosed by Bank Dec 6, 2017
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According to bank documents, the project aims to increase access to demand-led skills training and build the foundations for a demand-led skills development system in Sierra Leone. It will be measured through the following key outcome indicators:
a) Increased number of people (disaggregated by gender) having successfully completed demand-led skills development training programs
b) Foundations for a demand-led skills development system developed through: (i) the establishment and operationalization of a skills information system; and (ii) the pilot accreditation of TVET training program with industries' participation.
Implementing Agency: Ministry of Technical and Higher Education
Prof. Aiah Gbakima, Minister
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