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pdf.png CONCEPT NOTES: A Brief on Skills Gap HOT

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Tanzania is rightly currently pursuing industrialization agenda as one way to achieve its development vision – Vision 2025, which envisions Tanzania by the year 2025 to be a semi industrialized and middle income country, with incidences of poverty radically reduced.



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pptx.png Challenges facing Training Institutions in the Production of Adequate and Appropriate Human Capital HOT

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One of the reasons for dismal industrialization level in East African countries such as Tanzania despite some of them having large natural resource endowment is the inability to harness their resources for the benefit of their society.

Tanzania like any other developing countries has inadequate scientific, technological, managerial capacity and capability to develop, process and utilize resources they posses.



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pptx.png Identification of the Skills Gap for Innovation and Successful Industrial Development in Tanzania HOT

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Unemployment rate is high (10.7% according to 2011 estimates by NBS): At the same time employers can’t find the workers



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pptx.png Innovation & Skills Development HOT

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Skills Development for Innovation & Industrialization in Tanzania: Some Conceptual & Practical Issues



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