Economic empowerment through youth in Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) can have a significant impact on a country’s economic growth and development. TVET programs provide young people with the practical skills and knowledge needed to enter the workforce and contribute to their communities. By investing in TVET programs that target youth, countries can increase the productivity and competitiveness of their workforce, and in turn, boost economic growth. These programs can also help to address youth unemployment, which is a major challenge in many countries. By providing young people with the skills needed to secure employment or start their own businesses, TVET programs can help to reduce poverty and promote social and economic development.
Furthermore, TVET programs can be particularly effective in empowering young women, often marginalized in the workforce. By providing training and education in non-traditional fields, such as technology, engineering, and construction, TVET programs can help to break down gender stereotypes and promote greater gender equality.
Overall, economic empowerment through youth in TVET is a powerful tool for promoting economic growth, reducing poverty, and empowering marginalized groups, such as young women. By investing in these programs, countries can help to create a more productive, competitive, and inclusive workforce that can drive economic development and promote social progress.
Empowering the above motives SSDP has arranged a seminar and Award ceremony on 22nd March @ Galadari.