|Approval Date||18 Dec 2014|
|Signature Date||16 Feb 2015|
|Planned Completion Date||30 Jun 2022|
|Sovereign / Non-Sovereign||Sovereign|
|DAC Sector Code||11330|
The Skills and Human Resource Development Project aims to extend training opportunities to forestry and mining sectors. It was initiated because of the need for diversification of the economy for the development of job-creating sectors. Moreover, while Technical Education, Vocational and Skills Training (ETPFQ) should prepare young people for the jobs they will occupy, it is observed that in 2011, 30.6% of young ETPFQ beneficiaries were unemployed. Thus, the project will also help to improve the employability of young people leaving the ETPFQ sub-sector as a whole by strengthening the autonomy of training centres, ensuring greater private sector involvement in the delivery of training services and in performance-based funding. The total project cost is estimated at UA 20.704 million for a 60-month implementation period from July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2020. It comprises three components, namely: 1) training diversification support; 2) strengthening of the match between training and employment; and 3) project management.
The project objective is to contribute to more inclusive growth by improving the relevance of vocational training. It aims to: (i) create new vocational training streams; and (ii) improve ETPFQ governance to tailor training to the needs of the economy.
The project covers the entire national territory and the main beneficiaries are young people who will be trained. Various government services and private sector organisations that will be strengthened will also benefit from the project. Throughout the life span of the training centres (25 years), the project will benefit 7 500 young people, including 3 750 girls, who will receive initial training in the facilities. Various government services, including the Ministry of Technical and Vocational Education, Skills Training and Employment and the National Institute of Statistics, will receive institutional support in the field of statistics and impact assessment. Lastly, the project includes activities to support the structuring of the private sector, both for employer organisations and artisan groups.
African Development Fund
GOUVERNEMENT DE LA REPUBLIQUE DU CONGO MINISTERE DU PLAN ET DES FINANCES ETAT-BAD-PARE
|Last Update||12 May 2021|
|Name||BESONG Raymond Eyoh|
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