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12 TVET Instructors To Depart Liberia For Studies Next Week

12 instructors of the government’s Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) are expected to depart the country to study in South Africa, Kenya and Zambia.
Those expected to depart the country are Dickerson Harmon, Eddie G. Siaway, T. Isaiah Manwehn, Trokon Hney, Abraham Cooper, and Emmanuel Y. Karyee.
Others are Charles Davis, Lawrence W. Dolo, Sam, Kermoh, Isaac J. Dukuly, Momo B. Corneh, and Tommy J. Toe, Sr.
The 12 TVET instructors are part of 74 Liberians jointly recruited by the Ministries of Youth and Sports and Education under the Capacity Building Component of the European Union and Swedish “Youth Rising & Supporting Youth Employment Project.
The cost of the project targeting the total of 120 TVET teachers is 32 million dollars; 26 million implemented by UNIDO and 6 million implemented by GIZ in the private sector, affecting Association of Liberian Construction Contractors, Engineering Society of Liberia and Liberian Architect Association.
Beneficiary institutions are MVTC, Tubman High School, Sinoe Multilateral, Zwedru Multilateral, Cape Palmas High School, BWI, Harbel Multilateral, Business Domestic Occupational Training Center (BDOTC), and the Tumutu Agriculture and Vocational Training Center.
A release from the Ministry of Youth and Sports said the first batch of TVET Instructors are headed to South Africa and will be trained in the category of Welding and Fabrication and will make follow-up training in the industry in Vienna, Austria to have a practical understanding of modern equipment brought in country.
Assistant Youth and Sports Minister and Chairman of the project steering committee, Meliaz Z. Sheriff, has lauded the Liberian government and partners for the training opportunity, adding “President George M. Weah’s vision to see Liberian Youth get empowered through Technical Vocational Education and
Training (TVET) is well on course.”
The Monrovia Vocational Training Center, the Booker Washington Institute, the Greenville Multilateral High School and Zwedru Multilateral High School are the four institutions benefiting from this finance agreement.

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