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Public Private Partnership Pilots

A number of Practical Partnership Pilots are receiving funding to develop new skills development models, based on employers’ needs. The partnership agreements are designed to encourage a closer working relationship between theory and practice. Learning how to develop and nurture these relationships for the benefit of all involved is a strong focus of the pilots.

Nepal Agriculture Cooperative Central Federation Ltd. (NACCFL)

The overall goal of Sustainable Rural Employment Project is to provide quality skill training efficiently and effectively.

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Central Tea Cooperative Federation (CTCF)

The main purpose of the Skill Development for Quality Tea Production project is to generate better self/employment opportunities and increase productivity of tea through providing skill training and skill certification to the tea farmers, tea factory owners and workers, farmers living in and around the tea cultivation areas, and tea cooperative members.

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Ilam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI)

The main purpose of Skill Development for Sustainable Employment (SDSE) project is to ensure supply of skilled human resources in the hospitality sector within Ilam district through technical and vocational

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Brilliant Manpower Training Center (BMTC)

The Skilling Tourism Sector for Sustainable Employment (STSE) Project, implemented by Brilliant Manpower Training Center (BMTC) Private Limited, aims to pilot a new partnership model with private sector employers and to innovative PPP models like apprenticeship and employment; and space sharing model for developing skills for the job seekers and capacitate the hospitality industr

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Underprivileged Children’s Educational Programs (UCEP)

The Enhancing partnership based-demand led technical skills project, implemented by UCEP (Underprivileged Children’s Educational Programs) Nepal, aims to pilot a new partnership model with private sector employers for improving quality, relevance and access of technical and vocational education and training (TVET) programmes in Nepal and also to enhance employability and income g

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Deurali Janata Prabidhik Shikshyalaya (DJPS)

The Agro Self-Employment for Partnership (ASEP) Project aims to pilot an integrated Public Private Partnership (PPP) approaches in agriculture sector introducing formal apprenticeship training offering opportunities for promoting the transition to a greener, climate resilient and low-emission economy and conduct training and employment services for youth job seekers and capacity

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Sajha Byabasaya Sip Bikash Pvt Ltd (SBSB)

The Skills for Agro Enterprise Project will build the entrepreneurial and business abilities of young people working in farming in Mahotari, Rautahat, Sarlahi and Dhanusha districts. It will use the CTEVT system to build skills in three key areas: production of off-season vegetables (riverbed vegetables), poultry and Village Animal Health Work (VAHW). 300 young people will complete skills training and receive special training in financial literacy.

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Sajha Byabasaya Sip Bikash (SBSB)

The Skills for Agro Enterprise Project, will build the entrepreneurial and business abilities of young people working in farming in Mahotari, Rautahat, Sarlahi and Dhanusha districts. It will use the CTVET system to build skills in three key areas: production of off-season vegetables (riverbed vegetables), poultry and village animal health work (VAHW).

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The Skills and Rewarding Employment Project centres on building links between key stakeholders in the construction industry and helping young people from Sudur Paschim Province into paid employment or starting their own businesses through skilling, upskilling and reskilling.

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NEEDS Nepal

The project Promoting Market led Technical and Vocational Skills for Employment, implemented by NEEDS Nepal, aims to enhance the knowledge and skills of hundreds of unskilled and semi-skilled young people in Kanchanpur, Kailali and Bajhang districts, giving them the skills they need to fill gaps in the labour market or successfully move into self-employment.

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