2 out of every 5 young people are not in employment, education or training.
Young people in Bangladesh face a precarious future, despite living in one of the world’s fastest growing economies. A third of Bangladesh’s population is 10-24 years old and 2.2 million young people enter its workforce every year. Three out of every four business leaders report that skilled workers are scarce, while approximately ten million young people are currently unemployed or underemployed.
people were equipped with training and knowledge related to decent work/employment
of our learners secure jobs after graduation
of our learners are female
WHAT WE DO
Business incubation support
Value chain development
Institute for market driven training
Decent work and soft skills
TVET in secondary schools
HOW WE DO IT
Skills training for decent jobs
Hands-on apprenticeships in enterprises and institution based training aligned with the National Skills Development Policy, focusing on disadvantaged groups and labour migrants.
Supporting entrepreneurs, improving working conditions with micro, small and medium enterprises and strengthening value chains.
Developing business and management capacity through public-private partnerships and technical consulting.