The new face of Africa in vocational training.

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          According to Wikipedia, the technical and vocational education and training course (TVET) is “Electronic Federal Tax Payment System which aims to fight against precariousness for at least the next 20 years. 40% of the population suffer from unemployment in Africa”.

        The TVET system promotes professional integration by initiating a transition in Africa, which will be supported by IIEP-UNESCO on innovative practices and fruitful synergy. Strengthening the match between the supply of vocational training and the demand of employers is a priority in the continent. However, the informal economy imposes itself on almost all sectors, which makes labor markets overwhelmed, its factors hampering employment, and by 2030, the labor market will be volatile due to the population explosion.

     Faced with the common challenge of the professional integration of young people, the member countries of the West African economic and monetary union UEMOA have succeeded into joining their forces since 2017. They share the curricula of the TVET program, and their professional benchmarks in an educational way describing their methods of governance so that they inspire everyone, and then adopt the methods to the national needs. We find n this training Professional training tools and resources such as: the installation of solar electricity created by Benin, or the methodological guide of Senegal for the development of training program according to their skills.

      Chad has therefore joined the UEMOA union, which also intends to unite other countries in its organization to structure and renovate TVET systems. The countries in question are Benin, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Guinea-Bissau, Mali, Niger, Senegal, and Togo.

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