According to bank documents, the proposed program will build on the success of the recently closed project “Skills Development Project (SDP) (P131660), which aimed to increase access, market relevance and results orientation. The proposed program aims to increase equitable to market relevant skills, especially for female and vulnerable youth. The program will cover both TEVET and higher education sub-sectors, including training for out-of-school youth, with emphasis on girls/ female and digital technology.
Contact: Nobuyuki Tanaka
Telephone No: +1-202-458-8662
Contact: Veronica Grigera
Title: Senior Education Specialist
Telephone No: +1-202-458-4508
Borrower: Ministry of Finance, Economic Planning and Development
Implementing Agency: Ministry of Labor, Skills and Innovation
Implementing Agency: Ministry of Education, Science and Technology
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