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Reforma del sistema de formación (ingl.)

The program's overall goal is to contribute to increased employment and income generation for the rural population in the Great Lakes Region by improving their access to quality and labour market oriented vocational training. The reform of the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) system plays a crucial role in achieving Rwanda's target of overcoming poverty.

Considering the relatively underdeveloped state of the Rwandan TVET system, on top of the shortage of technically skilled workers in the private sector, the first phase of the 12-year program aims at supporting the Government's efforts to improve access, quality and relevance of the TVET system. The three years project phase of the twelve year program will work at different sections of the Rwandan TVET system, with a special focus on non-formal and informal vocational training at the provincial, district and sector levels.

El proyecto

The main focus is on qualitative improvement of TVET provision, enhanced accessibility for the most socio-economically disadvantaged and vulnerable segments of the rural population in Western Province, and access to more diversified training opportunities. Special attention is given to capacity building of the three categories of key stakeholders involved in an effective TVET system at central and decentralized levels - central and local authorities, local TVET providers, and local enterprises - in order to ensure impact and sustainable development of a demand-driven TVET system, which is managed and monitored in a win-win partnership.

Also, the project will promote the development of a common framework for recognition of occupational qualifications at lower levels between Rwanda and Burundi. Major partner organizations and institutions for project implementation will be private sector representatives at central and local levels, as well as the district and sector authorities.

Resultados

2015:

  • 2,749 (1,778 short-term training programme) have benefitted from skills training.
  • 5 Vocational and Training Centres (VTCs) built and 971 beneficiaries (229 female) enrolled.
  • 20 Non-formal Micro Training Providers rehabilitated and their workshops equipped to provide quality and innovative training opportunities.
  • 705 Graduates from both VTCs and short-term training got self/contracted employment, of whom 272 female graduates entered into a remunerated employment. Average income per beneficiary per month increased from almost zero to USD 36,20.

Países del proyecto

  • Ruanda

Duración del proyecto

2012 - 2019

Financiamiento

  • COSUDE

Área de trabajo

Competencias

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