EU financial support to boost educational reforms

European Union House PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
European Union House PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG


One such project, aims at making Botswana a Knowledge-Based economy, is the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET). The initiative has already received support from the European Union (EU). The ambassador of the EU to Botswana Jan Sadek handed over a cheque worth P26.2 million to the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development towards TVET reforms in Botswana recently.

The handover ceremony was witnessed by the ambassador of Germany to Botswana Ralf Breth, the ambassador of France to Botswana Laurence Beau, the Minister of Finance and Economic Development Thapelo Matsheka and permanent secretary from the ministry of basic education.

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