Colleges and Institutes Canada

Education for Employment in Africa


The Private Sector Growth through Education for Employment (PSG-EFE) project will help train 13 500 students through the development of training programs that are aligned with the current labour market needs.


The Improving Skills Training for Employment Program (ISTEP) is helping technical and vocational training institutions deliver skills training that will allow students to find or create employment in the tourism and extractive sectors.


The Skills Training for Employment in Mozambique (STEM) program is a youth employment and gender equity initiative that works in two of Mozambique’s fastest growing provinces – Tete and Cabo Delgado. STEM aims to train 4,000 students, instructors and institutional leaders at five institutions, and will build relationships with local employers to increase economic opportunities for Mozambican women and men.