TVET provides technical and vocational training that is easy to access and provides a good education.
As a result of this project, 250 boys and girls are enrolled annually in vocational training while 100 residents were given job opportunities during construction. Thirty-six local people are permanent employees.
Graduates from this training center bring employment to the community and a supply of trained, skilled workers will now be available to fill the needs of the entire country. The culture of self-employment will be strengthened, bringing more training and employment opportunities.
Women and girls are included in the training made available by the TVET Center, thus bridging the gap in earning potential that adds to the burden of women. Skills training includes carpentry, concrete work, tiling and masonry, plumbing, painting metal work, and construction management.