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Local artisans learn to build safer homes
Mar 03, 2010 About 115 carpenters and masons from eastern Bhutan are being trained to build quake resistant homes under the Bhutan recovery and reconstruction plan funded by UNDP. Bhutan lies on a seismically active zone and the recurring aftershocks of last two quakes have put people and authorities on alert.
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Train women smallholders for better crops, says report
Mar 18, 2010 A report issued by the City & Guilds Centre for Skills Development reveals that giving women farmers the same inputs and education as men could increase the yields by 20%. Although a large number of agricultural producers are women, it states that inadequate skill development remains a concern.
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Giving a new career to injured soldiers
Jun 03, 2010 The Queen Mary’s Technical Institute in Pune has started various training programmes for injured soldiers to provide them an opportunity to start a new life. Institute is providing training in BPO and multimedia operations and planning to start a new course in entrepreneurship management.
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Training on micro enterprise development
Apr 06, 2009 Parivartan announces a training programme on markets and marketing for micro enterprise development. The three-day programme aims at building institutional and individual capacities in linking livelihoods to markets. The deadline for registration is April 30, 2009.
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Training on carbon revenue
Apr 27, 2009 Development Alternatives is organising a training programme on Carbon Revenues: A Source of Funding from May 13-15, 2009 at its campus in central India. The objective is to help organisations develop projects that would help them earn carbon funds.
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Integrating deafblind into the mainstream
Jul 12, 2010 Development organisations have been actively sensitising and spreading awareness about deafblindness. However in the absence of appropriate diagnosis and a lack of infrastructure for education and training it is difficult to integrate deafblind children into mainstream education, writes Freny Manecksha.
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Skill-based programme for Naxal-hit districts
Jul 30, 2012 A skill-based placement programme launched in militancy-hit Jammu and Kashmir will be replicated in worst affected Naxal districts of the country. "We want to start similar programme in the Naxal-affected districts of the country. These are all the entry level programmes targeting unemployed youths usually 10th standard passed or failed," Rural Development Minister Jairam Ramesh said.
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Training teachers on HIV education
Aug 28, 2009 Teachers can make a significant difference in fighting HIV/AIDS argues Leadership in the HIV and AIDS Response: A Toolkit for Teachers’ Unions to Promote Health and Improve Education. This publication trains teachers to help people make correct health-related choices to prevent the spread of infection.
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'Chanderi ki Awaaz' soon to go on air
Apr 29, 2009 Young members of weavers’ community in central India have moved a step closer towards setting up their own community radio station. Recently the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has issued a ‘Letter of Intent’ to them and now they are likely to go on air by early next year.
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India's rural job portals covering new grounds
Oct 21, 2009 A wide range of rural job portals, offering employment opportunities to villagers, are increasingly becoming popular in India. As part of public-private partnership, these are also providing skill building services to young men and women.
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ILO to help Indian domestic workers hone their skills
Jul 11, 2009 Domestic work in India is often regarded as the most denigrating and humiliating job without any social security or decent wages. ILO along with the Indian government launched a programme in the Indian capital last week to develop skills of these workers and help them move up the social ladder.
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Training manual to support survivors of trafficking
Jun 14, 2010 Bangladesh has launched a manual to develop the capacity of government officials, from identifying trafficking victims to providing psycho-social support to survivors of trafficking and rehabilitating them in society. Developed by IOM it covers 22 districts for victim care training.
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India: Skill development scheme for the youth
Aug 25, 2011 The government has launched a training programme for Kashmiri youth from poor families to help them get jobs in the private sector and steer them away from violence. The package will also be extended to other naxal affected states.
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Sri Lankans well prepared to take on tsunamis
Apr 23, 2012 The recent tsunami that shook South and South-east Asia brought out the excellent awareness and preparedness of the Sri Lankan coastal communities. In less than two hours after the tsunami alert was issued, more than one million people were successfully evacuated from the region.
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India: 'Barefoot' women light up remote villages
Jun 28, 2011 The Barefoot College in rural Rajasthan is training local women to become solar engineers. By lighting up rural homes, these semi-literate women are earning decent money and a strong social status for themselves.
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