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DAPP Mikolongwe Mobile Training Centre


Initiative acts to:
  • Enhancing women’s and girls’ access to TVET programmes and providing equal opportunities in the world of work

Initiative description
The DAPP Mobile Training Centre, an innovative expansion of the DAPP Mikolongwe Vocational School, was launched in 2016. The initiative expands the reach of training programmes to those who need it the most, particularly groups in remote, rural regions with little access to education and vocational training. As training takes place within the community, it makes it easier for girls, women, and disadvantaged groups to participate.

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Overview of the initiative
Implemented by: Development Aid People to People (DAPP) Mikolongwe Vocational School
From/until: 2016/2019
Country:Malawi
Email contact: Augustus Kaliyati
augustuskaliyati (at) yahoo.com

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page date 2019-09-03



 

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