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Informe CODE – Conozca de EmpresaSunday, 19 June 2011 03:42
Background on the pilot project rolling out the KAB programme in Costa Rica. The document is in Spanish. For more information contact the country focal point.
Introducing KAB in Saudi Arabia, February 2011Wednesday, 27 April 2011 12:55
The Regional Director for the ILO Regional Office for ArabStates, Ms. Nada Al-Nashif and the Director of the National Entrepreneurship Institute in Saudi Arabia “Riyada”, Dr. Ibrahim Al-Hunaishel signed a technical cooperation agreement for the implementation of the project entitled: “Entrepreneurship Education: Know About Business at the National Entrepreneurship Institute “Riyadah” ” on 1 February 2011.
The 2 year project will be jointly implemented by ILO and Riyadah and will aim to raise awareness among Saudi youth on the importance of choosing self-employment as a career option and foster the development of an entrepreneurship culture in the Kingdom. The ILO entrepreneurship education programme 'Know About Business' will be pilot tested in selected technical and vocational colleges and institutes across the Kingdom.
Attached are some photos.
KAB User Guide- Registered UsersFriday, 11 February 2011 14:48
This is the manual for registered users, those not affiliated with the ILO or the KAB package but are part of our community. It is a resource which describes how to upload items, photos, and overall use the site. Should you have any difficulties commiting any of these actions, please feel free to contact usat firstname.lastname@example.org or on the community by writing me, the Community Helper!
KAB Global Outreach Report 2009Friday, 06 November 2009 08:38
This report gives quick overview of the global outreach of the KAB program as of September 2009. Quite some detective work went into preparing this report since no systematic monitoring system had been established for the KAB program. The data presented in the report is thus collected from numerous educational institutions and ILO offices and colleagues in the close to 50 countries where KAB has been introduced. Many devoted individuals contributed to this report and thanks is due to all who went the "extra mile" to furnish the information. Special thanks is due to Thais Lucas de Rezende who showed a particular flair for detective work and for making sense of all the information. Henceforth, we hope that this knowledge sharing platform will provide a space for the growing community of KAB practitioners to share information and keep the community growing.