Opening the Global Gateway for Vulnerable Rural Communities

Quality Technical Vocational Education and Training for Inclusive and Green Entrepreneurship Ecosystems

Globalisation of trade, digitalisation, urbanisation and migration have a significant impact on rural life of developing countries. Providing quality education and building effective VET ecosystems is pivotal for equipping vulnerable youth with the right set of skills and entrepreneurship, so that they can create growth and decent jobs. If properly harnessed, besides reducing youth employment, TVET education can greatly contribute to speed the transition towards a clean and circular economy. Humana People to People (HPP) members implement TVET programmes in 14 countries from Africa, Asia and Americas, and runs 16 TVET colleges in Sub Saharan Africa.

Organised by

Development Aid People to People - Namibia
Development Aid People to People - Zambia

Speakers

Moderator
ANA RAMOS
Humana People to People

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