How can education and training institutions in Indonesia better prepare the poor and vulnerable for employment? The purpose of this desk assessment is to assist USAID/Indonesia in addressing this question by utilizing a demand led approach with specific examples to better understand the drivers of skill needs in Indonesia.
The Value Chain Mapping tool helps implementers and policymakers understand the systemic competitiveness resulting from the horizontal and vertical linkages between firms that increase efficiency in an economy. By identifying constraints in the value chain, it is possible to ascertain how best to influence a particular firm’s participation, entry points to intervene, and where to expect improvements in opportunities for workers’ jobs.
At the 2015 USAID Global Education Summit in November, the workforce Connections Project at FHI360 programmed Goal 2 sessions within three key development themes. Please click on the following links for sessions details and presentation materials.
Network/Technical Presentation Title: Workforce Connections and the Community of Practice Date & Time: Tuesday, November 3, 2015. 4:40pm-5:30pm