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Nepal needs young people entering the jobs market with the right skills that employers need to grow their businesses and for the country to prosper. Dakchyata is a skills development programme, bringing together government, employers, and the technical and vocational training professionals, across the agriculture, construction and tourism industries to develop a more responsive TVET system and create greater opportunities for public investment to go further.

Creating Skills for Nepal’s Growth and Development – Introducing Dakchyata’s support to TVET


The three-minute doodle animation highlights the work of the Dakchyata Project, effectively articulating its core values, mission, vision, key strategies and interventions areas. It provides a summary of Dakchyata’s key activities and outcomes thus far, emphasising on the importance of private sector collaboration in TVET.

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TVET as an Engine for Green Growth 


A copy of the slides here and a recording of the webinar can be found here

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