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VOCATIONAL TRAINING PROGRAMME TO IMPROVE EMPLOYABILITY IN THE PROVINCES OF SHAANXI AND SICHUAN

China

€ 412,448
Committed
€ 393,118
Used

Agency

Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (DGCS until 2015)

Channel reported

Central government

Description

The rapid growth and structural change of Chinese economy have strongly impacted on the labour market causing the expulsion of many workers from the productive system. The program aim to improve the access to work of the unemployed people living in the Provinces of Shaanxy and Sichuan through the upgrading of their skills and the increase of the labour centres effectiveness. The program funds, either grant and soft loan, finance projects proposed by Chinese Institutions to a Joint Committee for improving the vocational training system and the labour services in the two Provinces. A notable amount of the funds are allocated for subsidies to disadvantaged students in order to allow their attendances to the courses. In both Provinces the program operates within the framework of the “No 2 Training Provincial Plan for 400.000 Reemployments in Three Years” launched at national level and addressed to workers expelled from labour market. read more close

Year Committed Used
2015 - € 16,009
2014 € 410 € 410
2013 € 7,190 € 7,190
2012 € 15,700 € 15,700
2011 € 30,008 € 30,931
2010 € 67,961 € 61,642
2009 € 44,826 € 42,006
2008 € 43,112 € 34,702
2007 € 21,824 € 21,824
2006 € 7,324 € 7,324
2005 € 87,101 € 119,853
2004 € 86,993 € 35,528

Project data

  • Expected start date 07/10/2001
  • CRSID2010060461
  • Purpose Vocational training
  • Finance type Aid grant excluding debt reorganisation
  • Flow type Official Development Assistance
  • Bi/Multilateral Bilateral
  • Free Standing Technical Cooperation
  • Investment Project