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Mauritania - Technical Education and Vocational Training Support Project (Inglês)

The Government of Mauritania is in the process of restructuring its education and training system to correct distortions in cost and resource allocation and to improve quality and relevance. The ongoing Education Sector Restructuring Project, jointly financed by the International Development Association (IDA) and the African Development Bank (AfDB) supports this initiative and is successfully implementing restructuring measures in primary, secondary and technical education. However, attempts to correct deficiencies in vocational training and make training programs more flexible and responsive to labor market demands were largely unsuccessful. In technical education, following the outflow of skilled foreign workers in the early 1990s and a planned sharp reduction of French technical assistance serving as instructors, qualitative and staffing problems require urgent attention. The principal objectives of the project are to help establish a coherent system of technical education and vocational training (TEVT), staffed largely by national instructors, efficient and of good quality, and responsive to labor market demands. To this end, the project supports a number of institutional measures to: (a) establish a common management structure for the TEVT system; (b) increase the financial and operational autonomy of TEVT institutions; and (c) promote the participation of employers in operating and financing technical and vocational training.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    1993/06/04

  • TIpo de documento

    Memorando e recomendação do Presidente

  • No. do relatório

    P6059

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Mauritânia,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2013/07/10

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Mauritania - Technical Education and Vocational Training Support Project

  • Palavras-chave

    Vocational Training;national vocational training center;high level of urbanization;labor market demand;quality and relevance;human resource development;vocational training support;maritime training;informal sector;national environmental law;private sector training;public resource management;promotion of woman;cooperation with employer;technical teacher training;prevention of aids;human resource base;debt service burden;informal sector worker;private sector financing;vocational training program;fishery sector;sector restructuring;legal instrument;sector adjustment;governing board;train activity;maritime sector;severe drought;appraisal mission;iron ore;internal shocks;urban problem;political stance;gulf war;external factor;fishing sector;export base;Exchange Rates;monetary policy;elastic revenue;low-income economy;life expectancy;labor productivity;vocational trainer;operational perspective;private finance;Basic Education;donor financing;resource center;government land;increased access;professional training;quality improvement;adequate training;employment monitoring;international boundary;financial autonomy;vocational skill;fiscal revenue;internal operation;informal activity;policy work;social condition;cost financing;technical committee;financial matter;social program;enrollment ratio;external shock;action programs;tertiary level;adjustment program;human capital;commodity price;nomadic population;exogenous factor;annual output;tertiary sector;labor supply;primary sector;secondary sector;government administration;industrial sector;Teacher Recruitment;monitoring indicator;investment budget;efficient management;control of costs;finding employment;investment design;program development;project costing;

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