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Punjab Youth Workforce Development Project

The Punjab youth Workforce development (PYWD) is a USAID funded project aiming to train and facilitate employment opportunities for 10,000 youths (35 percent women) between the ages of 16 and 29 in the southern Punjab districts of Multan, Lodhran, Bahawalpur and Muzaffargarh.

Institute of Rural Management is responsible to strengthen the Institutional capacity of 22 public/private TVET institutes to support them in providing updated, market-driven courses that equip youth with skills that will allow them to take advantage of emerging job opportunities. Moreover, being a training specialized unit IRM is not only organizing 03 months long skills training to capacitate 1000 rural poor with market driven skills to assist them in seeking employment opportunities available around them but is also actively involved in arranging 05 days training for 1000 potential youth (men & women) in entrepreneurial skills deemed essential before providing micro financing.

After equipping potential youth with market driven vocational and technical skills, Project intends to extends its support to the trained youth with provision of toolkits to enable them to start their businesses as well.

Duration: September 2017-September 2019

Contact: anwar@irm.edu.pk

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