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#TVETYouthStories #WYSD2020

Schools and technical and vocational education and training (TVET) institutions around the world closed in massive numbers due to the Covid-19 pandemic. As young people showcased their adaptability and resilience despite the challenges, UNESCO-UNEVOC encouraged them to submit videos of how they were learning during lockdown. These stories were part of a campaign to mark World Youth Skills Day (WYSD) and highlight the importance of skills development for a resilient youth.

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Shae White, WorldSkills Champion from Barbados

Leticia Araujo from Brazil


Qian Jaicong from China


Sofia & Christine from Denmark


Anamika Madhuraj from India


Wong Hui Ling from Malaysia


Ana Patricia Castro from Mexico


Man Ngaih Mang from Myanmar


Yousra Assali, WorldSkills Champion from Morocco

Grace Karunga from Namibia


Ojekide Clement from Nigeria


Asmaa Alassi from Palestine


John Eliakim Azor Custodio from the Philippines

Lee Hee Dong, WorldSkills Champion from Rep. of Korea

Karabo Mahalika from South Africa


Hamdan Alhammadi from United Arab Emirates

Click here to watch the full playlist of #TVETYouthStories

Thanks to all the young people who shared their stories and contributed to this video series!






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