Skills Development Funds: Country Experiences, Implications for South Asia


Skills Development Funds: Country Experiences, Implications for South Asia

16 September 2016

Eunbi Song, Intern from Asian Development Bank’s South Asia Department Human and Social Development Division, presented findings from a review of skills-related funds in Asia. The presentation highlighted the analyses on experiences of such funds in Asia from operational aspects, and provided policy implications for South Asia.

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
16 Sep 2016 Presentation Skills Development Funds: Country Experiences and Implications for South Asia [Slides] [Document] Technical and vocational education and training (TVET), in general, equips workforce with lifelong and technical skills that are required from... Eunbi Song


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