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Kazakhstan’s development objective of joining the rank of the top 30 most developed countries by 2050 depends on its ability to sustain balanced and inclusive economic growth. Enhancing medium- to long-term development prospects largely depends on the country’s ability to diversify its endowments—namely, creating highly skilled human capital.

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Information about Project activities
Procurement plan
Procurement announcements
Procurement results
Component 1. Building the Foundation of a National Qualifications System
Sub-component 1.1. Enhancement of occupational standards, including improvement of approval and updating processes
Sub-component 1.2. Development and implementation of a framework to review and update the educational and training programs for TVET and higher education
Sub-component 1.3. Development of a roadmap for establishing an independent qualifications assessment and award system through the provision of technical support for piloting sector-specific skills testing and professional certification centers
Component 2. Enhancing Skills for Improved Employment Outcomes and Productivity
Sub-component 2.1. Improvement of public employment services for unemployed and unproductively self-employed people
Sub-component 2.2. Improvement of the relevance of workforce training
Sub-component 2.3. Enhancement of access to relevant workforce training programs.
Component 3. Project management and monitoring and evaluation
Sub-component 3.1. «Operating expenses, goods, services»
Sub-component 3.2.«Project Monitoring and evaluation and Information Communication Campaign»

Contacts: kzsj.pmu@gmail.com
Procurement contacts: kzsj.procurement@gmail.com

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