Original disclosure @ IADB website
Updated in EWS May 10, 2019
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The project objective is to narrow the gap between vulnerable youth and the future job market. To do this, digital tools for blended learning or virtual programs on soft and digital skills, guidance, and job placement would be developed to more quickly scale up the Forge model. This would produce a better, more up-to-date product for the beneficiaries that would meet their needs and have been designed for new jobs or for jobs that have been transformed by technology. It could be adapted to new trends, with widespread, efficient implementation in new areas.
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