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DBTA Staff Development Training

Knowledge management is a key component in providing quality service to the people we work with. Don Bosco Tech Africa (DBTA) team had a one-week training from 6th to 9th December 2021. The training was on Knowledge Management for the 21st Century and was facilitated by Dr. Sahaya Selvam and Mr. Ngure Githinji. During the four days, DBTA team was…

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Fr. George TJ’s visit to Angola (ANG) Province

Fr. George TJ, Executive Director of Don Bosco Tech Africa, traveled to Angola - ANG province. During his visit, he conducted a monitoring and assessment exercise of several DBTA-supported initiatives in the province, including Green TVET, Job Service Office, Networking, and Capacity Building. The visit provides a chance to highlight Don Bosco Tech Africa's operations as well as create awareness…

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Capacity Building – TVET Rationale Webinar

On 21st October 2021, 75 Salesian TVET centre managers and staff who are currently undergoing training on Management of Don Bosco TVET centres participated in a webinar which focused on the rationale of the Don Bosco TVET Centres .   Fr Patrick Anthonyraj from the Youth Ministry Department, Rome, who facilitated the webinar, highlighted the history and Life of St John…

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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.

TVET Centers
African Countries
Enrolled Students
Courses Offered

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 ad 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.

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