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I Am EmployAble

BAART, Judith
MAARSE, Anneke
September 2017

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I am EmployAble walks the reader through the process of vocational training – from enrolment to training to employment – and provides tips based on experience, anecdotes and tools to inspire and support those working with and for disability inclusive technical and vocational training institutes.

The specific aim of this programme was to contribute to quality vocational training for young people with disabilities in Kenya, Rwanda and Ethiopia and create lasting linkages between technical and vocational training institutes and the labour market, thus facilitating decent and sustainable wage or selfemployment for young people with disabilities. This meant not just targeting the young people with disabilities themselves but also local training institutes and private sector actors, in order to work for systemic change.

Parents as trainers of families, professionals and communities

MARIGA, Lilian

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This manual describes a one-week training course to prepare parents as trainers, developed and carried out in Lesotho. The manual is intended as a guide to other people wishing to carry out a similar course. The manual also includes a follow-up report which describes the impact which the workshop had in the following 12 months


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