Asian and Pacific Skill Development Programme (APSDEP)
Programme de développement des compétences techniques en Asie et dans le Pacifique
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1978 Bangkok Thailand
1978, Bangkok (Thailand), as a regional programme of B-XB2183 - ILO, with the financial support of E-XE3382 - UNDP, in response to requests of S-XS3150 - Conference of Asian and Pacific Labour Ministers, Sep 1971. Originally called Asian Regional Skill Development Programme (ARSDEP). Office transferred to Islamabad (Pakistan), 1979. Presently located in Bangkok. Current title adopted, 1980, to reflect participation of Pacific countries. Financial responsibility shifted to ILO, 1986.
Promote human resources development through technical and vocational education and training (TVET) in the region.
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