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Technical and Vocatioanl EducationT raining Schools and business that are smearing for the skills development fund from World Bank (WB) have been tipped on better and well-cooked pitches, that have to positively impacting young Rwandan.

From three windows they have applied from over 148 TVET schools and companies that have make it to the final applying stage that have applied for the skills development grant from Word Bank through Workforce Development guided with the skills to applying for their proposals.

World Bank delegation appreciated the current progress made in Priority Skills for Growth implementation

During their follow up visit in the country on the current status on the implementation of the second Skills Development Found (SFD) which has dubbed Priority Skills for Growth (PSG), the World Bank delegation healed the progress made and recommended implementers to keep up with the momentum.

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The Skills pay the Bills!!

Skills Development Fund II

The Priority Skills for Growth program (PSG) has been initiated through a partnership   agreement between World Bank and government of Rwanda to support the implementation of NEP through a Program for Results (PforR) financing model. The program results areas include (i) reinforcing governance of the skills development system, (ii) ensuring provision of quality training programs with market relevance, (iii) expanding opportunities for continuous upgrading of job-relevant skills for sustained employability; and (iv) capacity building for implementation.

The major components of PSG include Skills Development Fund II whose objective is to minimize skills gaps experienced by private business operators by rapidly increasing the supply of skills in high demand in the labour market and to ease the entry of new entrants to the labour market by providing them with labour market-relevant skills.