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DBTech Africa and TOOLKIT iSkills Partnership

Fr. George TJ the Executive Director, Don Bosco Tech Africa (DBTA) and Miss Jane Muigai Kamphuis the Director and founder of The Toolkit iSkills (TTI) Ltd a Kenya-based social enterprise today signed a Memorandum of understanding (MOU) focusing on supporting the youth in Africa to attract the highest possible levels of skills that will enable them get decent employment or…

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A call for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Sustainability

Don Bosco Tech Africa hosted the 2nd 2021 Annual Stakeholders Assembly (ASA) on 27th and 28th September. The meeting which was held virtually was guided by the theme “TVET Sustainability.”  While addressing the participants, Fr. Miguel Angel Garcia, the Youth Ministry General Councillor, stressed on the importance of a methodological approach (strategy) in the Salesian Educative Pastoral model. Every TVET…

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Don Bosco Tech Worldwide

On 18th September 2021, Don Bosco Techs worldwide: DB Tech India, DB Tech Africa, and DB Tech ASEAN) met virtually to brainstorm on how to strengthen the global umbrella, under the guidance of Salesian Youth Ministry Department, Rome. During the meeting, Fr. Miguel Angel Garcia the Youth Ministry Councilor and Fr. Patrick Anthony commended Don Bosco Tech directors for spearheading…

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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 105 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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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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