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Republic of Burundi Skills Development for Growth : Building Skills for Coffee and Other Priority Sectors

ACCESS RATE ACCESS TO CAPITAL AGE GROUPS AGRIBUSINESS AGRICULTURAL LABOR AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AGRONOMY BASIC EDUCATION BASIC LITERACY BEANS BENEFITS OF EDUCATION CAPACITY BUILDING CARE FOR CHILDREN CASSAVA CHERRIES CLASS SIZE CLIMATIC CONDITIONS COFFEE COFFEE BEANS COFFEE FARMERS COFFEE GROWERS COFFEE GROWING COFFEE GROWING AREAS COFFEE MARKET COFFEE PRICES COFFEE PRODUCER COFFEE PRODUCERS COFFEE PRODUCTION COFFEE SECTOR COFFEE TREES COMPLETION RATE COOPERATIVES CROP CROP PRODUCTION CROPS CULTIVATION CULTIVATION PRACTICES CURRICULA DEFORESTATION DEGRADATION DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DISSEMINATION DISTANCE EDUCATION DONOR SUPPORT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES EDUCATION ATTAINMENT EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS EDUCATION POLICY EDUCATION REFORM EDUCATION REFORMS EDUCATION SECTOR EDUCATION SYSTEM EDUCATION SYSTEMS EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT ELDERLY ENROLMENT FIGURES ENROLMENTS EXTENSION AGENTS EXTENSION WORKERS FAIR TRADE FAO FARM FARM ACTIVITIES FARM EMPLOYMENT FARM EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES FARMER FARMER ORGANIZATIONS FARMERS FARMING FARMS FERTILIZER FERTILIZER USE FERTILIZERS FOOD CONSUMPTION FOOD SAFETY FOOD SECURITY FORMAL EDUCATION FORMAL EDUCATION SYSTEM FOSSIL FUELS FRUITS GENERAL EDUCATION GER GIRLS GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS GREEN REVOLUTION GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT GROSS ENROLMENT GROSS ENROLMENT RATE HARVESTING HEALTH INSURANCE HIGHER EDUCATION HIGHER EDUCATION QUALIFICATIONS HIGHER LEVELS OF EDUCATION HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT ICRISAT IMPACT OF EDUCATION INFORMAL TRAINING INFORMATION SYSTEM INFORMATION SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL RICE RESEARCH INSTITUTE INTERNSHIPS INTERPERSONAL SKILLS INTERVENTIONS IRRI JOB CREATION JOB OPPORTUNITIES JOB TRAINING LABOR COSTS LABOR FORCE LABOR MARKET LAND OWNERSHIP LAND TENURE LEARNING LEGAL STATUS LEVELS OF EDUCATION LITERACY PROGRAMS LOWER SECONDARY EDUCATION MANUALS MARGINAL LANDS MEAT MEDIA COVERAGE MIGRATION MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOAL MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS MILLET MORTALITY MULCH NEW ENTRANTS NUMBER OF PEOPLE NUMERACY OLD SYSTEM PARTICIPATION RATES PLANTATIONS PLANTING POLICY FRAMEWORK POLICY GOALS POOR HEALTH POPULATION DENSITY POPULATION GROWTH POPULATION GROWTH RATE PRIMARY CYCLE PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIMARY SCHOOL ENROLMENT PRIMARY SCHOOLING PRIMARY SCHOOLS PRIVATE ENROLLMENTS PRODUCE PRODUCTION ACTIVITIES PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION PROGRESS QUALITY COFFEE QUALITY CONTROL RAINFOREST RAPID POPULATION GROWTH REGIONAL BANKS REPETITION RATES RESPECT RICE RICE RESEARCH RURAL AREAS RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE SCHOOL ENROLLMENT SCHOOL FEES SCHOOL HOURS SCHOOL LEAVERS SCHOOL PROGRAM SCHOOL-LEAVERS SCHOOLING SCHOOLS SEA LEVEL SECONDARY SCHOOL SECONDARY SCHOOLING SECONDARY SCHOOLS SEED SEED MULTIPLICATION SEEDLINGS SEEDS SERVICE DELIVERY SKILL LEVEL SKILLED WORKERS SKILLS ACQUISITION SKILLS DEVELOPMENT SKILLS REQUIREMENTS SKILLS TRAINING SMALL PRODUCERS SMALLHOLDERS SOCIAL ACTION SOCIAL SCIENCES SOIL EROSION SOIL FERTILITY SOILS SORGHUM SPECIALTY COFFEE SPECIALTY COFFEE MARKETS SUGAR SUGARCANE TEA TEACHER TEACHING TEACHING METHODS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TECHNICAL EDUCATION TECHNICAL SKILLS TECHNICAL TRAINING TERRACING TERTIARY EDUCATION TILLAGE TOBACCO TRAINEES TRAINING CENTRE TRAINING OF TEACHERS TRAINING PROGRAMS TRANSPORTATION UNEMPLOYMENT UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION UNIVERSITIES URBAN AREAS URBAN CENTER URBAN CENTERS VEGETABLES VOCATIONAL EDUCATION VOCATIONAL TRAINING WATER RESOURCES WHEAT WORKFORCE YIELDS YOUNG PEOPLE YOUTH YOUTH PARTICIPATION
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Washington, DC
Africa | Burundi
2014-07-21T19:53:56Z | 2014-07-21T19:53:56Z | 2014-05

With limited land, capital, and a fast growing population, Burundi's main asset is its youthful population. Its main challenge is also to create good quality jobs for its youth. With low levels of educational attainment and poor health status, the quality of this young population is poor. After more than 13 years of conflict ending in 2000, and a period of modest recovery, Burundi has the opportunity to stimulate growth. Burundi is making strides in creating one of the fundamentals of job creation - investment climate. Investing in the skills of the population is critical for the success of growth strategy and for creating productive employment opportunities for Burundi's youth. The Government of Burundi is introducing a major reform in the education sector which is going to significantly impact skills in Burundi. This analytical report will contribute to defining a skills development strategy for Burundi to complement the growth strategy. It looks at the potential impact of the basic education reform on the quantity and education attainment of the working age population. Further it looks at the skills demands that are likely to emerge if Burundi upgrades along the value chain in selected sectors to ensure strong alignment of occupation competencies in growth sectors. The report is structured as follows: section one gives introduction. Section two gives impacts of the new basic education reform, and its pace of implementation, for the education levels of potential new workers, and of the population, over the next 10-15 years. Section three presents the potential upgrading strategies for moving up the value chain in the selected sectors. Section four presents current framework for strategic direction, demand-led approach, and coordination of the technical vocational education and training (TVET) system.

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