LUNCHING OF THE TVET IMAGE CAMPAIGN AT THE NATIONAL YOUTH COMMISSION A TEAM DISCUSSION DONE BY THE CONSULTANT ADB PROJECT MANAGER MR JOSEPH S.A. KPAKIWA
STAKEHOLDERS MAPPING MEETING WHICH TOOK PLACE ON THE 28 OF AUGUST, 2019
The national youth Commissioner Thomas Ngolo Katta keynote speaker at the TVET image campaign stakeholders mapping meeting in his address he spoke about the three component in the project. He continued to explain about three components. Skills development –The skills development is carried out by an international farm called Lattanzio spa it is an Italian farm that will lead on skill development. In that components the skills development has three skills Construction, Hotel tourism, hospitality, Agriculture and Aquaculture (fish farming) in the same component we all have the career guidance and advisory program (CAPS).And we also have Entrepreneurship and business development component those three has been leads by Lattanzio. He continued under the skill development we then have the image campaign which lead by the Evangelical fellowship of Sierra Leone (EFSL). The project also has an institutional development that is run by NAYCOM he said is building institutional development capacity After the project they will have capacity to build issues around skills development and technical vocational education.The project is looking to targeting 2700 young people in Sierra Leone we hope in the CAPS engagement we will see much higher figures giving request soft skill to university graduates to be able to access jobs after they leave the university.
OUTREACH WATERLOO TOMBO PARK, WATERLOO MARKET, FREETOWN PARK AND CALABATOWN UNITY ATAYA BASE
On the 15 0f August, 2019 the EFSL TVET campaign communication team went to waterloo for community sensitization. As a mandate given to them by the government through the National youth commission in order to encourage parents to send their children to Technical institutions and the youths to see Technical institutes important for their career and to develop their lives. The communication team visited four locations; namely, WATERLOO TOMBO PARK, WATERLOO MARKET, FREETOWN PARK and CALABATOWN UNITY ATAYABASE
10th October 2019 The team went to RRN radio (Morning Coffee) 8 o’clock program for TVET discussion.
The TVET COALITION held a one day program at the Eastern Polytechnic to commemorate the WORLD YOUTH SKILLS DAY CELEBRATION
The EFSL Communication team left Freetown on Tuesday 23rd July 2019 for Kenema. The TVET COALITION held a one day program at the Eastern Polytechnic to commemorate the WORLD YOUTH SKILLS DAY CELEBRATION During the presentation Ann Marie Bangura who represented Mrs Mariama Kaifornah spoke about EFSL’ role on the TVET image campaign. The strategy and communication tools use to transmit information to the public about TVET and its importance. She encourages everyone that charity begins at home so there for all present should consider TVET as a valuable option for economic development of their family, community and the country through the skill training of our beloved children. As part of EFSL’s Role, she mention that the (www.nctva.org) website design by the TVET coalition will be included on every vital information pass on to the public on how to access TVET information and institutions.
on the 19 September, 2019 a Workshop on project report writing based on template provided by NAYCOM was conducted by Mr. Joseph S.A. Kpakiwa the ADB Consultant Project Manager for the YEEP Project. The workshop was conducted at the EFSL crispin R. A. cole conference hall for TVET Image Project staff. The training helped the staff members to have a clear understanding of key areas of report.