In January 2019, activities started for capacity strengthening at the Agricultural University on poultry feed production. Currently, rising agricultural production is a priority of government support. While Turkmenistan has an essential potential to expand poultry production, it depends on high-cost import particularly in poultry feed due to skills deficiencies, and low sophistication of the institutional landscape between the educational institutions and the world of business. Under the supervision of Senior Non-Key expert Daniel Klee, Turkmen experts will introduce best practice in skills development of poultry feed. Notably, the project’s activities aim to bridge skills supply and demand through creating direct cooperation with chicken producers, developing a manual on poultry feed production and piloting it both at the Agricultural University and the staff of selected chicken producers.
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The EU engagements in Turkmenistan focus on strengthening resilience, increasing prosperity and promoting regional cooperation. As part of ongoing efforts, the third education project “Supporting the Education Sector in Turkmenistan” continues to support the Turkmen Government in creating a modern education system that meets international educational standards and labour market needs.
The project runs for 48 months, from October 2016 to September 2020. Two components comprise more than 30 activities, from capacity building to platform development, from curriculum updating to career guidance.
If you have any questions, please contact the project office (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) or the project assistant Gulistan Bekniyazova (Mob: +99 365 807024).
Project website: www.education-turkmenistan.eu