UNESCO-UNEVOC promotes increased opportunities for productive work, sustainable livelihoods, personal empowerment and socio-economic development, especially for youth, women and the disadvantaged. Through its innovative projects, capacity-building programmes and collaborative activities with more than 220 UNEVOC Centres around the globe, UNESCO-UNEVOC is working towards ensuring access to quality technical and vocational education and training for all. Since 1962, Jamaica, and specifically, the HEART/NSTA and its NCTVET Institutes has been a member of the UNESCO-UNEVOC Network.
One recent project undergone by the Rockfort Vocational Training Centre & the National Tool & Engineering Institute (both TVET Institutes in the UNEVOC Network), was the Greening in TVET Waste Management Project, which was lead by Art Consultant Gavin Wright.
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An excerpt from the Project Proposal:
The HEART/NSTA continues to empower and support the Jamaican people through education and training programmes at the various NCTVET Institutes islandwide.