Capacity Building Programme for Employment Promotion (CBPEP)

Innovative solutions for employment in South Africa
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    RECENT EVENTS

    EMPLOYMENT GROWTH IN SOUTH AFRICA: CONSTRAINTS AND OPPORTUNITIES

    A thought leadership colloquium
    10-11 March 2020

    This meeting brought together top decision-makers in government and leading thinkers in academia and NGOs to debate key issues in employment-promoting and growth sectors as well as cross-sectoral interventions to retain and grow employment in South Africa.

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    FEATURED NEWS

    Online Knowledge Sharing Event

    April 15, 2021

    We are excited to share the lessons learned from the implementation of the Sustaining Competitive and Responsible Enterprises (SCORE) programme through a webinar with trainers, employers and workers from the participating firms and by the supporting institutions.

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    Watch how SCORE has been applied in a case study in South Africa

    Ciovita is one of the participating factories in the ILO SCORE project. Watch the video below to see how the implementation of this support programme has positively impacted productivity with its people-centric approach.

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    FEATURED PROJECTS

    ABOUT CBPEP

    CBPEP, the EU-funded Capacity Building Programme for Employment Promotion, is assisting the government of South Africa to meet the key national objective of reducing unemployment, by building institutional and organisational capacity for employment promotion.
    With a focus on:
    Youth transitions from school to work
    Support for small- and medium-size enterprises and informal sector employment
    Enhancing the responsiveness of further education and skills development programmes to the needs of the labour market
    This CBPEP website was created and is maintained with the financial support of the European Union. Its contents are the sole responsibility of CBPEP and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union.
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