EU commits to assisting Botswana in training

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The European Union (EU) has assured Botswana of its commitment to assisting the country in the areas of education and training for its people.

Head of the European Union delegation to Botswana, Ambassador Paul Malin commended the National Human Resource Development Strategy (NHRDS) for addressing both education and training as well as the needs of employers.

Speaking at the launch of NHRDS, Ambassador Paul Malin said it links the different stages of education from early childhood development to primary, secondary and tertiary education, then skills training and development then sets them in the context of employment and life long learning, as part of developing a labour force for a modern economy.

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