- Geographical area
- Regional Africa
- Vocational Training & Access to Employment
- Implementation period
- 4 November 2020 - 3 November 2024
- Total duration
- 48 months
- Total budget
- 16,250,000 EUR
- Contribution breakdown
- Luxembourg Government
- Commission européenne - Gestion autres agences (British Council, BTC, GIZ)
- Commission européenne - Gestion LuxDev
- Gouvernement allemand (BMZ) - mis en oeuvre par la GIZ
VET Toolbox - interventions techniques au Burkina Faso et au Mali 2021 (vidéo longue)
L'excellence en gestion pour les centres de formation professionnelle au Burkina Faso et au Mali
VET Toolbox - interventions techniques au Burkina Faso et au Mali 2021 (vidéo courte)
L'excellence en gestion pour les centres de formation professionnelle au Burkina Faso et au Mali.
The focus of the project is to support the human capital needs of investment and value and supply chain development programmes in selected sub-Saharan African countries. Its specific objective is to improve demand-driven skills development and VET services so that they are able to meet the investment needs of selected sub-Saharan African countries. To this end, it intends to implement targeted skills development and VET programmes.
While it contributes to improving the investment climate in some African countries, it is above all an opportunity-driven action aimed at transforming investment into a lever for inclusive economic growth, social development and the creation of decent jobs. Investment flows from the European Union to African countries provide national economies with the means to enhance their value added and increase their contribution to job creation at the local level.
The implementation of the action will be based on three areas of intervention. The first will focus on advancing the dialogue on skills development and employment-oriented VET between vocational training institutions, enterprises, national institutions and relevant associations benefiting from European investment, such as the European Commission's investment programmes in Sub-Saharan Africa. The second will aim to build capacity and provide the necessary training for demand-driven skills development and VET, by offering, among other activities, support to local training providers and strengthening in-house training. The third will seek to stimulate the exchange of knowledge on lessons learnt from practical experience in employment-oriented skills development and VET in investment contexts.
This multi donor project is jointly co-financed by the European Union and the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). The project will be implemented by Enabel, Luxembourg Agency for Development Cooperation (LuxDev), British Council (BC), Expertise France (EF), and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ), a consortium led by Enabel.