Ethiopia | Agricultural Transformation through Stronger Vocational Education (ATTSVE)
The ATTSVE project is led by Dalhousie University Faculty of Agriculture, in partnership with MEDA, McGill University, and Jima University College of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine (JUCAVM) who will work with select ATVETs in Nejo, Woreta, Wolaita Soddo, and Maychew to build the capacity, skills and knowledge required by the labour market for the commercial agriculture sector in Ethiopia.
Through ATTSVE, MEDA will work with the selected ATVETs in to strengthen the educational and economic capacities of the ATVETs in the areas of value chain development and business management through a holistic approach of:
- Business advising to ATVETs to promote sustainable and replicable income generating activities for the targeted educational entities;
- Curriculum development in value chain and business management in the selected ATVETs – to be developed in line with industry best-practices, and Ethiopian agriculture and education policy and environment; and
- Strengthening academic and industry linkages to facilitate skills development to enable practical learning opportunities for students in appropriate sectors.
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Project Quick Facts
Goal: Increased supply of male and female graduates from agricultural technical and vocational education and training (ATVET) institutions (Wolaita Sodo, Woreta, Nejo, Maychew) with skills and knowledge required by the labour market for the commercial agriculture sector in Ethiopia.
Reaching: Students, teachers and administration of four ATVETs
Funding: Global Affairs Canada (GAC)
Project length: 2014-2020 (6 years)
- Canada Continues to Support Agricultural Development in Ethiopia
- Speech for The Honourable Peter MacKay, Minister of Justice (with MP Scott Armstrong, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Employment and Social Development) at Dalhousie University project launch
|Dalhousie University Faculty of Agriculture||McGill University||Jima University College of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine (JUCAVM)|