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INVITATION FOR BIDS
January 18, 2018

TEV/01/2018: TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF ICT REQUIREMENTS

The Technical Education, Vocational and Entrepreneurship Training Authority (TEVETA) has received funds from the Government of the Republic of Zambia and intends to apply the proceeds of these funds towards the purchase of various Information Communication Technology (ICT) requirements in the attached photo:

TEVETA now invites sealed bids from eligible and qualified Bidders for the supply and delivery of ICT requirements. Bidding will be conducted through the Open National Bidding (ONB) procedures specified in the Public Procurement Act of 2008 and the Public Procurement Regulations of 2011.

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Waste to Resource: Grade 7 Pupil Earns Income from Waste-Made Replica Houses
November 12, 2017

Thrown and forgotten materials by households are useful resource to a Grade 7 pupil at King Solomon Primary School in Lusaka. John Kapimpa picks and uses plastic and other waste materials disposed by households to make replica houses for sell along the road to provide finances for food and meeting his school requirements and fees.

Talking during the 2016 Zambia Agricultural and Commercial Show themed “Managing Environment for Growth,” John narrated that replica houses he designs and makes although were the preserve of well-up; he imaginatively replicate them to display his ingenuity, talent and ability to design and possible make things outside his reach.

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Sweden, SNV target 300 artisans in biogas digester making pact
November 9, 2017

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Bio gas machinery
Bio gas farm
Bio gas plant
Energy for home and industrial usage is insufficient in Zambia in particular. Many homes and industries are ushered into electricity blackouts many times. The concept of waste-to-energy brings hope to the problem. When waste is integrated and recycled in district heating, electricity, biogas, biofertilizer or composite manual; it becomes a valuable resource again. Waste-to-energy is a method ideally suited to waste that cannot be recycled in any other way. It is an efficient and environmentally safe method for recovering energy from waste, and provides both district heating and electricity in Sweden.
To broaden waste-to-energy application; the Swedish Embassy in Zambia s ...
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TEVETA Launches Strategic Plan for 2014 – 2016 as Education Minister Lays Foundation for TEVET Examinations Building
November 9, 2017

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Skills development
Skills development
Skills development
Creation of employment for the Zambian people has been the core objective for the Zambian Government today. Despite recording reasonable economic growth yearly, the country is still struggling to reduce poverty levels which keep rising due to lack of employment and a high cost of living. The failure of the country’s economic growth to translate into poverty reduction and job creation has become a major concern which requires immediate intervention by both Government and other stakeholders.

One of the measures that government has taken to create employment is to come up with the Industrialisation and Job Creation Strategy aimed at creating employment for people in line ...
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Government to introduce Skills Development Fund
November 9, 2017

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Skills development
Skills development
Skills development
Minister of Finance Felix Mutati has announced the introduction of a Skills Development Fund in 2017 to address challenges of inadequate skills among craft individuals, artisans, technicians and technologists.
Speaking during the presentation of the 2017 National Budget on 11 November 2016, Mr. Mutati said the introduction of the Skills Development Fund was part of the long term financing solution for technical and vocational education and training (TVET).
The Minister added that the Fund will be jointly managed with the private sector to ensure developed skills were relevant to the requirements of industry. “This is particularly critical at this moment when our count ...
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