Impact of trigger points on inter-ministerial skills development efforts

In this section, we examine seven potential triggers that can ease or impede inter-ministerial coordination in skill development.


Well-intentioned efforts in developing countries often fail to achieve skilling goals due to ‘capability traps’, defined as ‘a dynamic in which governments constantly adopt “reforms” to ensure ongoing flows of external financing and legitimacy yet never actually improve’. The onus here is placed squarely on key government players and how much skin they have in the game. Is there a genuine willingness among all leaders to streamline governmental coordination in skill development? -the report asks…Read more

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