Cape Town – An Alternative Learning and Skills Development Project is helping the government of Tanzania make strides in addressing the skills challenge by providing students with a second chance at education.
The Alternative Learning and Skills Development Project, has received a $32.7 million (R555m) grant from the African Development Fund to build two vocational training centres, the AfDB said.
According to Madina Mjaka Mwinyi, principal assistant at the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training in Zanzibar, 85% of the young people who have been trained in the different vocational centres have set up a business.
“If I hadn’t come to this centre, I would have spent my life doing…
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