TechMuda

Indonesia

TechMuda trained 150 out-of-school youth (70% of whom were young women) with market-driven technology and employability skills and transitioned them into the IT sector.

What are we doing?

TechMuda built the capacity of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Centers while working closely with government ministries, industry associations/HR forums, and start-up networks. The project aims to recruit marginalized young women and create a mentorship program, internships, industry-led workshops, an industry network and training of trainers for TVET staff.

The project aims to place at least 80% of graduates in full-time or self-employed job opportunities that offer minimum wage or above with insurance benefits.

Donors included JP Morgan.

Project

impact

$220,000
project budget
2018 – 2020
project span
Young people in Indonesia are at the center of the TechMuda project.
Young people in Indonesia are at the center of the TechMuda project.

70% of out of school youth are women.

TechMuda will aim to train out of school youth in IT.
TechMuda will aim to train out of school youth in IT.

TechMuda will build capacity of TVET in Indonesia.

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