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Forum for Educational Initiatives
(FEI)

UNEVOC Centre (National Body) since 1999

Mission

Mission:

To promote sustainable development and poverty alleviation in Kyrgyzstan by supporting vocational education and training, the dialogue between all the stakeholders at a national, regional and international level.


Objectives

FEI supports the development of vocational education and training through research, policy advice, information dissemination, and capacity building.


Regular tasks

It acts as a focal point for establishing and maintaining national, regional and international networks in the VET area.


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Forum for Educational Initiatives (FEI)

Kyrgyzstan

http://www.fei.kg

 

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Chinara Beishenbaeva
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