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Kenya hosts the 5th Annual Stakeholders’ Assembly of Don Bosco Tech Africa

The 5th Annual Stakeholders Assembly (ASA) of Don Bosco Tech Africa (DBTA) kicked off on Monday 16th November at DBYES in Nairobi, Kenya and ended on 20th November 2020. The five-days meeting brought together representatives from the Province Technical and Vocational Education and Training (PTVET) offices in Sub-Saharan Africa, DBTECH worldwide and other development partners among them Ms. Silvia Cromm…

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Capacity Building Training for the Don Bosco TVET Centre Managers

This is the third week since the virtual capacity building training for the Don Bosco TVET Centre Managers commenced. On Friday 23rd October, 40 participants from Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria and South Sudan engaged with an expert - Riccardo Savigliano, the Division Chief of Agro-Industry and Skills Development at United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) who shared practical experiences on Public-Private…

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Terms of Reference Evaluation of the Project

With a population of more than one billion people, Africa is a continent with complex and multifacetted political, social, and cultural realities that are difficult to summarise. Yet one thing the African national economies have in common is the constantly growing demand for qualified workers in a globalised world that calls for more and more highly qualitative products and services.…

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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.

TVET Centers
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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