Launch of e-MIS under EU Supported TAALIM Project 1 year ago
08 Sept 2019
HIS EXCELLENCY Sayed Anwar Sadat acting minister of Labor and Social Affairs, has today launched an integrated e-MIS (Management Information System), being developed under the European Union Supported TAALIM Project.
Considering the problem of youth unemployment, irregular migration and work-force linkages, a consortium of four experienced international partner: DRC, DACAAR, Aga Khan Foundation and Mercy Corps, came together to implement a three years project in Twelve (12) provinces (from July 2018) with the overall objective to reduce incentives for future migration and promote inclusive reintegration of vulnerable individuals.
The Consortium, intending to support and streamline the MoLSA’s national TVET database, has build an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) platform with the aim for online database, employment searching and matching. Random Access to Vocational Initiative (RAVI) is an online ICT portal to mix and match the market need and establish connections. The AVI system will be functional at both the levels viz. in TVET Centres and Web-Portal, and centralise the TVET data and employment structure. TVET Graduates will have a special access and SMS facility for the relevant skills and opportunities, in addition to resources access. Relevant stakeholders and Training Providers will also have access to available pool of skilled HR and hands-on data to make decisions on Work-force Market. This system will give the real-time information on the over MIS system required to manage work-force Vs available skills.
Further, TAALIM Consortium will also give trainings to the MoLSA personnel, Training Providers, I/NGOs, and Employers to use it and feeding data into it, to get the best forecasting and decision making analysis. It is expected that this system will help streamlining the processes of TVET Operations in the country, avoiding duplications and providing real time reporting & linkage.
DACAAR has conceptualized and lead this system in the consortium lead by DRC, with an expectation that this will improve the TVET sector in Afghanistan. Visit - www.tvt.af (Website address)