Establishment of four New TVET facilities, Ivory Coast

High school
Thousands per year
For all

The Ivory Coast government recognizes that a strong and meaningful education system will have positive effects on the economic and social development of the country. As such, the government places vocational and technological training as a tool and a means to increase the competitiveness of Ivorian society in relation to the different countries of the region.

In the context of the ten-year Education and Training Sector Plan 2016 – 2025, our project for establishing 4 new Technical Education and Vocational Training Facilities, will reduce unemployment rates by enhancing the training capacity and level of Ivorian citizens.

Turn-key Project main phases:

  1. Design: educational, architectural and technical.
  2. Realization: development, infrastructure and construction.
  3. Development and Delivery of Curriculum and Agricultural Training Programs.
  4. Programming and installation of equipment.
  5. Professional training of teachers and administrative staff, training of trainers.
  6. Educational follow-up.
  7. Operational monitoring.

4 TVET facilities:

  1. Professional High-School of Soubré
    • 700 students
    • Main study profession: Agriculture
  2. Professional High-School of Séguéla
    • 1,000 students
    • Main study profession: Construction and Geo-techniques.
  3. Professional High-School of Grand-Bassam
    • 1,000 students
    • Main study profession: ICT: home automation; computer science; electro-techniques.
  4. Professional Training Center of Samango
    • 300 students
    • Main study profession: Agro-pastoral, agriculture.

illustrations of the planned future project:

Location of Project

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