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Skills needs of the private sector in Botswana (English)

Human development is one of the pillars of Botswana’s Country Partnership Strategy with the World Bank (2009-13). The Country Partnership Strategy (CPS) is in line with Botswana’s ‘vision 2016,’ which, in terms of human development, envisions the transformation of Botswana to ‘an educated and informed nation’ and to ‘a prosperous, productive and innovative nation’ as two key cornerstones of the strategy. ... See More +

Other Education Study 93048 JAN 01, 2014

Fasih, Tazeen; Ballal, Sonali; Hoftijzer, Margo; Macdonald, Kevin; Mbaya, Letsema; Mupimpila, Christopher; Okurut, Nathan; Orazem, Peter; Siphambe, Happy Disclosed

Skills implications of Botswana's diamond beneficiation strategy (English)

This note examines the skills implications of the beneficiation strategy, particularly those of diamond cutting and polishing. In addition to reviewing the government’s plans to develop downstream activities and their implementation, the note offers employment projections based on the potential success of diamond beneficiation efforts. ... See More +

Other Education Study 93049 JAN 01, 2014

Fasih, Tazeen; Ballal, Sonali; Macdonald, Kevin; Mbaya, Letsema; Mupimpila, Christopher; Okurut, Nathan; Orazem, Peter; Siphambe, Happy Disclosed

Raising Botswana's human resource profile to facilitate economic diversification and growth (English)

Botswana's economic growth has hinged on its abundant natural resources, particularly diamonds, which generate nearly half of its fiscal revenues. ... See More +

Other Education Study 93047 JAN 01, 2014

Fasih, Tazeen; Ballal, Sonali; Macdonald, Kevin; Mbaya, Letsema; Mupimpil, Christopher; Okurut, Nathan; Orazem, Peter; Siphambe, Happy Disclosed

Botswana - Labor market signals on demand for skills (English)

Botswana has an official unemployment rate of 17.8 percent. The low labor-intensity of growth is a potential explaining factor for this high level of unemployment. ... See More +

Other Education Study 93045 JAN 01, 2014

Fasih, Tazeen; Hoftijzer, Margo; Siphambe, Happy; Okurut, Nathan Disclosed