ORT Guinea has been selected to train producers in 5 villages around Mamou (300 kms from Conakry) in Environmental Studies in order to preserve natural resources in middle Guinea.
It aims at strengthening the population's capacities through the acquisition of new vocational knowledge and skills and the adoption of new technologies through the development of a vast network of exchange and partnership between people living in urban and rural areas.
This project will increase in incomes among the project beneficiaries, and create a strong mobilization of the populations around development activities.
More than 250 technicians have graduated and started to work in the private sector on internationally funded projects, the timber business in the forests of Guinea or in the private forestry business. 15,000 farmers have also been trained in forestry and market gardening.
The primary objective is to deliver basic education to local government officers, rural community leaders and farmers, in order to reinforce their capacities within community development activities.
Thus, staffing requirements can be forecasted for the 2001-2010 period, and a management plan was established.
language studies, and mining equipment maintenance.
staff members in finance and accounting.
A hevea, palm tree, and rice cultivating public AfDB company and provided staff training recommendations.
Supervised and executed construction contracts for schools, institutes, and other buildings.
These experts prepared the pertinent tender documents and participated in personnel selection.
ORT determined that it would be beneficial, began project preparations, and established a provisional budget for the school.
The center trains most CBG personnel, where local instructors have replaced the expatriate staff.
ORT evaluated several education projects in the framework of the Fifth Plan (DFE).
ORT training focused on the organization and maintenance of mine site installations, port facilities and 150 km of railway line essential to the flow of minerals and base supplies. The Central ORT Institute in Geneva provided counterpart training in related skill.
ORT also implemented training programs for various Government departments. Counterpart training at ORT's Central Institute in Geneva prepared Guinean nationals to replace the ORT specialists upon their departure.