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Madagascar Provincial Strategic Plan

Officials from Don Bosco Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Centers in the MDG-Province, Madagascar are participating in the ongoing establishment of a new Provincial Strategic Plan. At this point, the team of 17 are gathering all necessary data in order to make figure-based decisions towards a new Provincial TVET Strategic Plan for Madagascar. Among the participants at the…

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Voluntary National Review Meeting in Nairobi, Kenya

On March 3, 2020, Fr. Thomas Pallithanam, the Salesian representative at the United Nations, led a delegation of Salesians from AFE – Province who paid a courtesy call to the Council of Governors officials in Nairobi. Among the Salesians present at the brainstorming meeting were: Fr. TJ George, DBTA Executive Director; Fr. Fredrick Swai, AFE PDO Director and Mr. Sam…

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Networking Meeting In Accra, Ghana

The first “Austrian Trade Mission Train” made a stop in Ghana from March 8 - March 10, 2020, bringing together Austrian companies, Ghanaian Business Community and the German Business Association (AHK) with the Austrian Embassy Representative from Abuja, Mr. Guido Stock. The Salesians of Don Bosco in AFW-Province were introduced to this delegation by Don Bosco Tech Africa. Among the…

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Don Bosco Tech Africa

Don Bosco Tech Africa is the coordinating body for all the Don Bosco Technical Schools in Africa and Madagascar. We coordinate about 102 TVET centers spread over 35 countries in Africa and Madagascar. We aim to empower our TVET centers so that they can deliver demand driven and quality training to the marginalized young people who frequent our centers.

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African Countries
Enrolled Students
Courses Offered

Our Core Pillars

Capacity Building

Identify, develop and maintain sustainable revenue streams as well as improving teacher’s and instructors competence.

Environment Safeguarding

Promote the National and International Green TVET initiatives and promoting green economy projects.

Youth Empowerment

Aim at serving the marginalized youth with the best training possible and promoting responsible stewardship.

Promote Networking

Build a strong cooperation with industries and employment agencies,regional and international partners.

Quality Standards

Establish an Integrated Management Information System,and support the centers to implement ISO standards.

Gap Bridging

Promote and develop a workforce imbued with values for life,as well as sharing knowledge and best practices.

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