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Mozambique: Project - Skills for employment and productivity in low income countries

This project supports the implementation of the ILO/G20 Training Strategy for strong, sustained and balanced growth.

Project dates: 2014 - 2017. Project work in Mozambique will focus on anticipation of skill needs, labour market information systems, sector-based approaches, and accessibility to good-quality training for vulnerable groups.

The goal of this project is to support the implementation of the commitments of the G20 Development Working Group in the area of human resource development. This goal will be met through: enabling selected low-income countries (LIC) to implement key components of their skills for employment strategies, in keeping with the G20 Training Strategy for strong, sustained and balanced growth; improving the collection and use of skills indicators; and promoting knowledge sharing among LICs and with G20 members on skills for employment and productivity.

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Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA)



Economic Groups

Least developed countries
Developing countries



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Advocacy and information materials

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Project brief


Anticipating future skills needs
Labour market information and employment services
Access to training and skills utilization
Sectoral approaches
Rural employment

Subject Tags

Skills mismatch
labour market
vocational training
Disadvantaged youth
rural workers
G20 Training Strategy
rural employment

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