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Strengthening Technical, Vocational Education and Training in the Dairy Sector in East Africa
Published on: 19 - July - 2018
This study was commissioned by the Netherlands Ministry of Agriculture, Environment and Food Quality to assess the need, relevance, priorities, limitations and possible modalities of an East African Dairy TVET project, with the ambition to formulate a project or programme that initiates and contributes to the systemic change considered necessary to enable and ensure that TVET systems and services are based on the needs of a professional, competitive, sustainable and inclusive dairy sector. The study was tasked to look at the public responsibilities for TVET, especially at system level, the initial education/training, the scope and options for the private parties in training & coaching, cost recovery options and business models. Also, the need and prospects of PPP-arrangements were included
Note: The full report can be found here
Overview of key insights and recommendations: