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A strong skills system can contribute to structural economic transformation and growth—by enhancing employability of workers, improving labor and firm productivity for enterprises and helping nations capitalize on their human capital.…


International migration is recognized as one of the most significant effects of globalization. The UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), in its first major update since the onset of Covid-19 pandemic, has estimated that there are now 2…

Challenge Fund

The British Embassy (formerly DFID) describes Challenge Fund as ‘a competitive mechanism to allocate financial support to innovative projects, to improve market outcomes with social returns that are higher/more assured than private benefits,…


UKaid Skills for Employment (सीप) Programme Monthly Bulletin: October 2021

Funded by the UK Government, UKaid सीप, is brokering transformational partnerships with the private and public sector…

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Harnessing the Potential of Returnee Migrants to Expand Rural Enterprises and Livelihoods

Mohammad Mustafa, 27, from Yamunamai Rural Municipality in Rautahat, Province 2, returned home in 2017 after working as…

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Innovative Rural-based Skilling and Enterprise Sustainability Model Established for the Carpet Industry

Kumari Dong, 31, a home-based weaver from Sarlahi District began her carpet weaving journey in Kathmandu 15 years ago. L…

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Inclusion Front and Centre: Strategies to Attract and Onboard Women and Disadvantaged Groups

UKaid सीप partnered with Upaya: CityCargo, a tech-based on-demand, intra-city logistics service provider, in January 202…

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