Rural vocational training in Bangladesh, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand: report of a subregional seminar, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 5-11 May 1984
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Policy Issues in Rural Vocational Training
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activities agencies agricultural Appropriate Technology Approtech Asia APSDEP APSDEP-ILO Bangladesh basic co-ordinating Community Development cultural devel Development Plan development programmes Dhaka Dian Desa economic employers employment established facilities farm formulation Government handicrafts human-resource development implementation improve income increase Indonesia instructors integrated farming Islamabad Korea Kuala Pilah Labour and Manpower lack Malaysia manpower development manufacturing ment migration Ministry of Labour mobile training MTU training NGOs non-Government organisations nonfarm opment opportunities participation Peninsular Malaysia percent Philippines policy on rural policymakers poverty problems processing production projects promote regional ringgit role rural areas rural development rural poor rural population rural training programmes rural vocational training sector self-employment seminar skill development skill training small-scale agro-based industries social Thailand tion tional training trade traditional Training duration training needs training policy upgrading urban areas village voca vocational education vocational training centres vocational training institutes vocational training programmes women workers youths Zarraga