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Job Service Officers exchange meeting in South Sudan

  On September 8–10, at the Don Bosco Vocational Training Center in Juba, the National Job Service Officer for AFE–Sudan arranged an exchange meeting with the Local Job Service Officers. Fr. Joseph Chisomo, the principal of the school gave the opening remarks. During the meeting, the JSOs shared their work experiences and best practices. Mr. John Gary the National Job…

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Waste Management in Angola

Waste management is a social, economic, and environmental problem facing all African countries. For instance, Angola produces, on an annual basis, around 6.4 million tons of solid waste which either end up in a landfill or is indiscriminately disposed off. If the 2030 Agenda for sustainable development is to be achieved, sustainable waste management approaches must be an environmental and…

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Experts’ Meeting: Building Resilience in TVET for a just and sustainable transition

On August 24, 2022, a virtual workshop organized by UNESCO-UNEVOC was held to help discover various viewpoints on resilience in TVET. This discussion included institutional strategies for exercising resilience and for developing agile responses as well as policy approaches and implementation mechanisms for overcoming disruptions. This was a continuation of a meeting that was held on August 19, 2022, with…

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Don Bosco Tech Africa

Don Bosco Tech Africa is the coordinating body for the Don Bosco Technical Schools in Africa Madagascar region. We coordinate about 110 TVET centers spread over 34 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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Our Core Pillars

Build Human Resource Capacity

  • Offer holistic formation to the youth
  • Improve capacities in TVET  management, administration and training
  • Identify, develop and maintain sustainable revenue streams

Safeguard and Protect the Environment

  • Promote the National and International green TVET initiatives
  • Develop and promote projects that support the green economy

Youth Empowerment

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

Promote Networking

  • Build a strong co-operation with industries and employment agencies
  • Build strong bond with regional and international development partners
  • Establish co-operation with national and international organizations with focus on TVET

Quality Standards

  • Establish an Integrated Management Information System (IMIS)
  • Establish and  support implementation of DBTA quality standards
  • Support the training centres to implement ISO standards and apply for certification

Job Service Office (JSO)

  • To help trainees make a proper and informed career choice and develop a Vocational and Personal Life Project (VPLP)
  • To forge strong partnership and networking with companies and other external stakeholders so that our training is in line with the needs of the labor market

Our Partners

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