LKD Facility

Learning and Knowledge Development Facility


Micro-Learning Nuggets Newsletter No. 13

March 31, 2017

Do you have a few minute to learn more? Watch this short video “Forest Sector Education and Training for Green Employment” that explains this innovative PPDP in South Africa, including the challenges, and the unique partnership that has been developed to solve them with this mobile training, funded by the Government of Finland. The video…

Micro-Learning Nuggets Newsletter No. 12

February 28, 2017

Do you have a few minute to learn more? Take 3-minutes to read page 22-23 of the How To Guide: Developing and Implementing a Vocational Training Public Private Development Partnership – this explains our learning in how to dialogue with policy makers – and includes a six-step process for integrating policy makers in the PPDP…

Micro-Learning Nuggets Newsletter No. 11

January 31, 2017

Do you have a few minute to learn more? Take 3 minutes to listen to one trainer, Asmeret Gebrekidan from Ethiopia, share her story about being an instructor in HDECOVA, what she has learned as an instructor and how she is applying it in her training (3:18 min) Still curious? Listen to another trainer, Michael…

Micro-Learning Nuggets Newsletter No. 10

December 22, 2016

Do you have a few minute to learn more? Hear the voices of our partners, including the key donor Sida, explain the benefits of the LKDF progrmame in their own words in our latest video. (3:58 min) Still curious? Take 2-minutes (literally!) to read our new one-pager (in English and French) “LKDF Learning Update: In…

Leather Panel joins the LKDF as a Knowledge Member

December 16, 2016, Casablanca, Morocco

The Project Steering Committee of the Learning and Knowledge Development Facility (LKDF) approved the Leather Panel as a knowledge member of the Facility during the 4th Annual Partners Learning Workshop in Morocco. The Leather Panel is a global forum for technical assistance programmes dealing with the leather-based industry sector. It provides information on good practices…