Don Bosco Tech Africa – Our New Affiliate!

We are pleased to announce the affiliation between Don Bosco Tech Africa and Worlddidac.

Don Bosco Tech Africa, renowned for its commitment to technical and vocational training, has been instrumental in transforming the lives of countless young individuals across Africa. Through its extensive network of technical schools and centres, Don Bosco Tech Africa has provided quality education and vocational skills development to empower youth and facilitate their integration into the workforce.

The affiliation between Don Bosco Tech Africa and Worlddidac marks a significant milestone in pursuing educational excellence in Africa. By joining forces, these organizations aim to enhance the quality of technical and vocational education, facilitate knowledge exchange, and leverage innovative teaching methodologies and resources. This collaboration will enable Don Bosco Tech Africa to benefit from the expertise of Worlddidac’s global network, fostering the growth and development of technical education across the continent.

Don Bosco Tech Africa and Worlddidac’s network will work towards empowering African youth with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the modern job market. By equipping students with relevant technical skills, promoting entrepreneurship, and fostering a culture of lifelong learning, this affiliation aims to contribute to the socio-economic development of Africa and pave the way for a brighter future.

We look forward to the remarkable achievements and transformative impact this partnership between Don Bosco Tech Africa and Worlddidac will bring to education in Africa and beyond.

Quality of life and decent employment for young people. – Don Bosco Tech Africa

Don Bosco Tech Africa is the coordinating body for all Don Bosco Technical Training Centres in sub-Saharan Africa and Madagascar. It is registered in Kenya as an NGO with international status. Its offices are located in Nairobi, Kenya. Its mission is to coordinate and promote Don Bosco TVET facilities in Africa and Madagascar through innovative, efficient and sustainable resource management to create competent human resources imbued with Salesian values to meet the needs of the labour market.
The vision of a continental Don Bosco TVET network is to transform the lives of young people, especially marginalised groups. The network has 113 training centres in 34 countries, reaching about 40,000 young people annually. The main areas of intervention are Capacity Building, Inclusion, Upgrading of Training Centres, Green Vocational Training, Job Placement and Networking.