Evaluation of MCC's Vocational Education and Training Activity in Namibia: Findings from Analysis of the First Round of Qualitative Data
Publisher: Washington, DC: Mathematica Policy Research
Sep 15, 2015
- The VTGF grants largely were implemented as planned, but the process for identifying market demand was unclear.
- The Namibia Training Authority (NTF) gained valuable experience in managing grants through the VTGF.
- Early signs of employer registration and levy payment for the NTF were encouraging, but a fully functioning levy distribution system had not been developed and there were some concerns about barriers to the NTF using levy funds effectively.
- The construction and renovation of the COSDECs largely was implemented as designed, but the retooling of COSDECs was less successful; some aspects of technical assistance were delivered as designed and well received, but there was need for additional support in some areas—especially formal registration and accreditation of the COSDECs.
Namibia: Vocational and Skills Training
Millennium Challenge Corporation
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