Skills Development in Sub-Saharan Africa

Skills Development in Sub-Saharan Africa

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This publication reviews recent developments within technical and vocational education and training (TVET) in sub-Saharan Africa, as well as future challenges in skills development in the region. Based upon 70 case studies covering 20 countries, it provides a good starting point for the development of country policies and programmes, of relevance to other African regions as well as countries in other regions facing similar challenges. Issues discussed include: the labour market context, reform of public training programmes, regulation of non-government training institutions, enterprise-based training, building skills for the informal economy, balancing cost-effectiveness with growth and equity, and financing.... for such products as automobile seat covers, small cleaning services, custom- made womena#39;s clothes, casket assembly, and household construction. In contrast , the Foundation abandoned a proposal to start horticulture training in Omaruru when the more detailed feasibility ... Centers give one-off courses, for example, in interior and exterior painting, not to be repeated in a locality so as to avoid the riskanbsp;...

Title:Skills Development in Sub-Saharan Africa
Author: Richard K. Johanson, Arvil V. Adams
Publisher:World Bank Publications - 2004-01-01

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