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Templace for Proposal Writing for Employer Based Training - November 2021
Templace for Proposal Writing for Employer Based Training - November 2021
Posted on 9 November, 2021 11:8


Templace for Proposal Writing for Employer Based Training - November 2021


Terms of Reference for Employer Based Training - November 2021
Terms of Reference for Employer Based Training - November 2021
Posted on 9 November, 2021 11:7


Terms of Reference for Employer Based Training - November 2021


TEVETA, ZNS empower street kids with skills and develop an exit plan for their economic integration
TEVETA, ZNS empower street kids with skills and develop an exit plan for their economic integration
Posted on 1 November, 2021 9:46


About 100 million children live on the streets globally. The number of children living on the streets of Zambian cities is estimated between 13, 000 and 75, 000. These children are vulnerable to exploitation and abuse of their civil and economic rights. Their living conditions on the street render them victims of many abuses including violence, trafficking, prostitution, alcoholism, drug addiction and exploitative labour.



In an effort to “not to leave anyone behind,” Government embarked on a programme to remove, rehabilitate and re-integrate street children into the economy through skills training and linkages. The collaborative programme wa ...
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TEVETA disburses K15 million for MSME/informal sector training to enhance productivity, efficiency
TEVETA disburses K15 million for MSME/informal sector training to enhance productivity, efficiency
Posted on 27 October, 2021 10:8


Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and the informal sector are bigger contributors to national development, job and wealth creation, social stability and enhancing competitiveness across sectors as suppliers and buyers. Relevant human capital (skills, knowledge and attributes) is one of the assets MSMEs require to remain competitive in producing quality goods and services.



With a youthful population, Zambia has a valuable resource that requires harnessing for productivity both in primary and secondary industries. However, the high number of youths that exit the school system for many reasons negates socio-economic benefits derivable from this e ...
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Developing green skills through technical and vocational training
Developing green skills through technical and vocational training
Posted on 27 October, 2021 10:6


Climate change disruptions cause floods, droughts, and other calamities. Mitigating and adaptation to these climatic disruptions require environmental friendly human action and skills to develop eco-friendly goods and services. The development of relevant eco-friendly skills requires collaborative efforts across sectors to develop learning systems that develop pertinent skills to meet the climate change mitigation and adaption actions.



Although changes in climate present the world with devastating effects, it also provides an opportunity for developing green skills to mitigate effects of climate change across sectors of the economy. In the technical edu ...
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Template for proposal writing - SME/informal sector training financing
Template for proposal writing - SME/informal sector training financing
Posted on 7 October, 2021 11:57


Template for proposal writing - SME/informal sector training financing


Terms of reference - SME/informal sector training financing
Terms of reference - SME/informal sector training financing
Posted on 7 October, 2021 11:57


Terms of reference - SME/informal sector training financing


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Posted on 7 October, 2021 11:55


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