POVERTY REDUCTION THROUGH VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION ;PAKISTAN AS CASE STUDY
There is an example in the Chinese language, don't give a man a fish, but teach him to catch fish. Poverty has various manifestations including lack of income and productive resources sufficient to ensure sustainable livelihood, hunger and malnutrition, ill-health, limited or lack of access to education and other basic services, increased morbidity and mortality form, illness, homelessness and inadequate, unsafe and degraded environment, as well as social discrimination and exclusion. Vocational and technical education has frequently been described as a form of education whose purpose is to prepare person(s) for employment in an occupation or group of occupations. The development of skills through vocational and technical education is now one of the most often-cited priorities by ministers of education in both developing and developed countries. The study is useful for policy makers, professionals, researchers and practitioners. To fill employment gaps and encourage economic recovery and even national security, governments have high expectations for technical and vocational education and training (TVET).
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