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Edukans Learn4Work. Working together on vocational education in Africa. Objectives of the day. Know about L4W and what kind of opportunities it has for developments in Rwanda Learn from experiences from L4W to date Know about economic sector and TVET in Rwanda Prioritize sectors

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Edukans learn4work

Edukans Learn4Work

Working togetheron vocational education in Africa


Objectives of the day

Objectives of the day

  • Know about L4W and what kind of opportunities it has for developments in Rwanda

  • Learn from experiences from L4W to date

  • Know about economic sector and TVET in Rwanda

  • Prioritize sectors

  • Agree on the way forward


Programme 1

Programme (1)

  • Learn4Work

  • Introduction Learn4Work

  • Reflecting on the past: example from Kenya

  • Learn4Work 2012 – 2016

  • Break


Programme 2

Programme (2)

  • 2. Mapping and validation

  • Mapping study: John Gaga and Dr. Ibrahim Musobo

  • Discussion, suggestions on mapping and validation

  • Prioritization of economic sectors

  • Local coordinator

  • 3. Way forward and Closure


Learn4work an introduction

Learn4Work – an introduction

  • Round Table Workshop Sept. ’11

  • Four major categories regarding Food Security

  • Availability problem: shortage or absence of food;

  • Affordability problem: lack of purchasing power of the households, food price beyond income of the community;

  • Access problem: food stuff market chain is not well developed;

  • Utilization problem: nutritional value and feeding habit far from a balanced diet concept


Learn4work an introduction1

Learn4Work – An introduction

Skills training

Employment

→ income

Labour

market

Food production

Post-harvesting/chain

Affordability to food

Availability of and

access to food

Food security


Tvet framework

TVET framework

  • Labour market

    • Employment

    • Qualified staff

TVET - Access

TVET – Quality & relevance

TVET – Post graduation


Tvet framework1

TVET framework

(unemployed) youth

Unskilled staff

  • Labour market

  • Employment

  • Skilled staff

TVET –Access

TVET – Quality & Relevance

TVET – Post graduation

Graduates


Learn4work an introduction2

Learn4Work – an introduction

  • Programme in the framework of Food Security

  • To contribute to substantial and sustainable income for youth / young people, and particularly those who are marginalised for one reason or the other

  • Mid-term objective “to realise access to improved quality vocational education in Africa, which ensures its relevance for the labour market”


Learn4work an introduction3

Learn4Work – an introduction

  • Operational objectives:

  • To improve access to vocational education and training in Africa

  • To enhance the quality and relevance of vocational education to the demands of the labour market

  • To sustainably embed good practices at institutional level of TVET providers

  • To include new actors into development cooperation, the education and private sector in particular and strengthen the Learn4Work network


Learn4work characteristics

Learn4Work – Characteristics

  • Working in partnerships

  • North/South

  • Private sector / TVET sector / NGO / Gov.

  • Sector focus

  • Demand driven

  • by labour market

  • by South


5 niches of learn4work

5 Niches of Learn4Work

  • Advice and support on your project

  • Advice and support on starting up and embedding internationalisation projects in schools

  • Financial support of your project – up to max. of 34% of the total budget

    • Multi-annual projects

    • Short-term interventions

  • Network

  • Capacity building and training


  • Edukans learn4work

    African

    Private sector

    African TVET provider

    African NGO

    Dutch

    Private sector

    Dutch NGO

    Dutch TVET provider

    Other…

    -

    Partnerships: creating synergy

    At least 4 partners:

    - African private sector partner

    - African training provider

    Dutch NGO

    Dutch non-NGO

    2008-2012:

    Ethiopia: 3 partnerships

    Kenya: 3 partnerships

    Ghana: 1 partnership

    Zambia: 1 partnership


    Countries learn4work

    Countries Learn4Work

    • Kenya

    • Ethiopia

    • Uganda

    • Rwanda

    • Ghana


    Edukans learn4work

    Governance Learn4Work (2)


    Learn4work calls for proposals

    Learn4Work calls for proposals

    • December 201242 months

    • Mid 201336 months

    • Mid 201424 months

    • Mid 201512 months


    Financing learn4work

    Financing Learn4Work

    • Main co-financers:

    • MoFA in the Netherlands

    • Partnerships

    • Average L4W-funds available annually per project:

    • + 10,000 – 150,000 Euro

    • Total available funds for 4 years per country:

    • + 800,000 Euro


    Local coordination

    Local coordination

    • Rationale

    • link and learn

    • capacity building of partners

    • upscaling

    • better linking to the labour market

    • Where to station this coordinator?

    • private

    • public

    • NGO


    Activities and planning

    Activities and Planning

    • Kick off in all countries

    • Identification of sectors and niches for intervention

    • Identification of stakeholders

    • Call for proposals (4 Dec. 2012)

    • Close call for proposals (Feb 2013)

    • Start projects (planned April/May 2013)

    • Annual calls for proposals (2nd part 2013, 2014, 2015)

    • Implementation 2013 – 2016

    • Appointing local coordinators

    • Providing support on project development, matchmaking and project administration, incl. M&E

    • Organizing workshops, seminars and network events

    • Publishing good practices


    Edukans learn4work

    Voor meer informatie, neem contact op met de programma coordinatoren van Learn4Work:

    Regina Engels: [email protected]

    Hester Pronk: [email protected]

    Tel.: +31 (0)33-4606010

    www.edukans.nl/learn4work


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