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28 October 2013. Nyala:  A participant of the UNAMID DDR in Nyala final evaluation survey for Vocational and Skills Training for 150 at risk youth selected from South Darfur targeted localities. They received vocational and skills training on metalwork and welding, water network and drainage (plumbing), diesel engine mechanics, cars electric, general electricity, sewing, food processing and nutrition, computer networks and internet, programming. Photo Hamid Abdulsalam.

The limits of VET inclusion in Africa (The VET Africa 4.0 project)

This blog was written by Fran Abrams, Chief Executive at the Education Media Centre, Jo-Anna Russon, Research Fellow, VET Africa 4.0, and Simon McGrath, UNESCO Chair in International Education and Development at the University of Nottingham. It was written as part of a ‘Writing for the Web’ workshop for the VET Africa 4.0 project. The […]

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Image credit: Pete Lewis/Department for International Development

Skills for Human Development

This blog was written by Simon McGrath and Lesley Joy Powell, authors of the new book, ‘Skills for Human Development: Transforming Vocational Education and Training’, published by Routledge. Simon McGrath is UNESCO Chair in International Education and Development at the University of Nottingham and Extraordinary Professor at the University of the Western Cape, South Africa, […]

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