KATALYST, Bangladesh, April 2012

This case study covers Katalyst’s engagement with the market for vocational healthcare training, giving a narrative of how the programme incited changes to the attitudes and roles of training providers and government agencies so as to improve the delivery and oversight of a variety of vocational courses, as well as their opening-up to trainees from poorer, rural backgrounds. Intervention led to the swelling of the number of training providers and the design and development of a number of new or updated curricula and training products.

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