From the American People
STAY+ is designed to offer a comprehensive program of basic education, life skills, and workforce readiness for 15-24 year olds in the five districts of the south and east regions. The project is also building government capacity and integrating youth workforce programs among a cross-sector of ministries. Additionally, it is developing two flagship vocational training organizations, Afghanistan Vocational Training Institute (ATVI) and Kunar Vocational Organization (KVO). ATVI, a premier coeducational school with campuses in Kabul and Laghman provinces, provides a two-year postsecondary program in five key fields: business, information and communications technology, agriculture, construction, and automotive mechanics. In Kunar Province, the Provincial Reconstruction Team initiated KVO is building a local workforce for construction trades. These two schools reflect Ministry of Education and USAID collaboration to develop innovative and effective models for institutional capacity building and best practices.
15 October 2010
USAID recently assisted the Afghanistan Technical Vocational Institute (ATVI), a two-year coeducational program, with an innovative website redesign. With new, interactive features to link students...
In The News
22 May 2011
Robert Sauers/USAID Minister of Education H.E. Dr. Ghulam Farooq Wardak addresses more than 1,000 Afghanistan Technical Vocational Institute graduates at a ceremony in Kabul....
19 Jun 2013
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