Empowering Maldives Women in Woodworking and Furniture Carpentry

The Maldives Institute of Technology’s Journey on Empowering WomenCompiled by:Mariyam Hudhna Shareef MIT’s Woodworking & Furniture Carpentry course was introduced and delivered under the Women’s Skills Training Program (WST). It was launched in 2019 to empower women with skills and to stimulate them to take occupations that had been neglected by women for ages. ​ … Read more

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The Impact of a Massive Shift in TVET Demand

The last 10 years has had a massive impact on the demand for the skills and numbers of TVET graduates in developed economies. The final triumph of computerization in every facet of economic life and those without basic computer management capabilities are squeezed further and further into two very narrow employment corrals. At the bottom, … Read more

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TVET and the Growing Global Mobility of Labour

Has TVET a role in this growing labour migration across international borders? What can a Government, especially the agency responsible for TVET, do to facilitate this global mobility of the workforce? Global mobility is not just a trend. It is here to stay. Even in the most remote of parts of a country, labour moves … Read more

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