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Future Project 2017:
Our Concept for a Vocational Training Institute in Pujehun

Proposed Project Title: Breaking the Marginalization Cycle: Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) & Skills Development for Pujehun District, Sierra Leone
Duration: 01.01.2017 to 31.12.2020

Concept Note: KNSL intends to support the people of Pujehun District, through the partner agency, Pujehun Youths for Development (PYD), by helping to establish a TVET Institute in the District Headquarters, Pujehun, to improve skills, employment and livelihood prospects for disadvantaged youth and women, including disabled people. The initiative is grounded on the premise that by targeting these beneficiaries, the programme would reach a major proportion of the population that has been denied access to high quality technical and vocational education and increase their employability. This would in turn translate into improved livelihoods for the beneficiaries, their families and the District as a whole.

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Project Report: Improvement of Living Conditions, 2014 – 2016

Summary of End-of-Project Report:
“Sustainable Food Security and Improvement in Living Conditions in Pujehun and Bonthe Districts – June 2013 to May 2016
Implementing Partner: Pujehun Youths for Develop (PYD), 1 District Office Road, Pujehun, Sierra Leone
Project Implemented: From 1 June 2013 to 31 May 2016
Co-Funding Agencies: The German Federal Ministry of Economic Development and International Cooperation (BMZ), KNSL e.V., PYD and Target Group

Project Location and Objectives
The project measures were implemented in three Chiefdoms: Sakrim and Yakemo Kpukumu Krim (YKK) in Pujehun District and Kwamebei Krim in Bonthe District. The overall objective of the project was to help bring about sustainable improvements in food security and socio-economic conditions in the project area.

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