According to bank documents, the project objective is to improve employability of vocational education graduates.
The project has three components:
COMPONENT 1: IMPROVING TVET SECTORAL AND INSTITUTIONAL GOVERNANCE
Sub-Component 1.1: Modernizing TVET Governance: This sub-component will improve the governance of the skills development sector in Djibouti
Sub-Component 1.2: Establishing Skills Pathways – from Novice to Expert: This sub-component will support the establishment of skills pathways across a continuum of learning standards from foundational skills to advanced skills.
Sub-Component 1.3: Sector Skills Councils and Sectoral Partnerships: This sub-component will finance seed money for the establishment of sector skills councils in selected economic and trade sectors and establish sectoral partnerships between training institutions and private sector representatives.
Sub-Component 1.4: Project Capacity Building, Management, Monitoring and Evaluation: Technical assistance will be provided to manage and implement project activities in the MENFOP including all matters fiduciary and social safeguards.
COMPONENT 2: IMPROVING TVET SERVICE DELIVERY AT THE INSTITUTION LEVEL
Sub-Component 2.1: Improving institutional governance and management: This sub-component focuses on reforming the manner in which these institutions, which are the point of service delivery function.
Sub-Component 2.2: Infrastructure and Human Capital Strengthening: This sub-component will strengthen physical and human capital at the institute level
Sub-Component 2.3: Regional Partnerships and Specialized Programs: Given Djibouti’s relative size, it would be cost-effective and efficient to have extensive external networks in the TVET space.
Sub-Component 2.4: Strengthen Links between Training and Entrepreneurship: This sub-component will screen individuals for entrepreneurship aptitude across select sectors and provide these trainees with financial, business-development and managerial support training to succeed in the labor market.
Sub-Component 3.3: Job-Search Services and Activities: This sub-component will finance access to innovative opportunities for qualified women and men through established online international job-platforms, such as, Freelancer, Upwork, Guru, Workana, etc. The specific platform to be selected will be based on discussions with the Government and other counterparts during preparation and implementation.
COMPONENT 3: CONTINGENT EMERGENCY RESPONS
Venkatesh Sundararaman, Louise Mengue Abessolo Mvono
Ministere De L'Economie et des Finances
Ilyas Moussa Dawaleh
Ministère de l'Education Nationale et de la Formation Professionnelle
Mohammed Abdallah Mahyoub
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