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Developing TVET in developing countries

An apprentice puts on his welding glasses in the Accra Technical Training Centre

Technical and vocational education and training (TVET) is vital for developing and sustaining economies, yet low and lower middle income countries are grossly under represented in TVET. Some 49% of the world’s population live in low and lower middle income countries according to the World Bank’s definition, yet our best estimates are that these countries have only 22% of the world’s TVET.

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