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Promoting access to quality, safe, and relevant education for all persons affected by crisis

Conceptualizing a Holistic Approach to TVET Planning and Programming in Sub-Saharan Africa

Language
English
Themes
Technology and Innovation, Vocational and Technical Training
Resource Type
Report, Research Publication
Author(s)
UNESCO-UNEVOC
Publisher/Journal
UNESCO-UNEVOC
Publish Date
2007-01-01

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Summary

Education for livelihoods and civic participation in post-conflict countries conceptualizing a holistic approach to TVET planning and programming in sub-saharan Africa: a discussion paper

This UNESCO-UNEVOC Discussion Paper takes a different view. This paper, from the Conflict and Education Research Group (CERG) at the University of Oxford, England, argues that providing education and training is in itself a part of the reconstruction process. It argues that a holistic approach to technical and vocational education and training (TVET), which takes into account the human and social dimensions of training as well as the economic dimensions, is necessary if TVET is to be integrated into the reconstruction of societies as well as economies.