PDCEJ - Training & Incubation
on Solar Entrepreneurship
Within the framework of the “Partnership agreement between the Support Project for the Development of Skills and Youth Entrepreneurship in Promising Sectors (PDCEJ) and Nadji.Bi Senegal”, with funding from: African Development Fund (ADF) and the State of Senegal, the training of 350 beneficiaries in solar entrepreneurship, as well as the incubation of 300 of them, over the period 2020-2023 has been agreed.
The training called "QualiSolaire Senegal", takes place in a partnership with CFPT Senegal / Japan, signatory of a specific partnership agreement concerning this activity with Nadji.Bi Senegal.
Meet the partners of the PDCEJ
QualiSolaire Senegal program
The Support Project for the Development of Skills and Youth Entrepreneurship in Promising Sectors (PDCEJ) is an initiative of the State of Senegal, supported by the African Development Bank (AfDB), through the African Fund for Development (FAD). Implemented by the Ministry of Employment, Vocational Training and Handicrafts (MEFPA).
Ministry of Employment, Vocational Training and Handicrafts (MEFPA)
Through the Support Project for the Development of Skills and Youth Entrepreneurship in Promising Sectors (PDCEJ), the MEFPA's general objective is to contribute to growth and employment through the improvement of quality. labor force, business competitiveness and youth entrepreneurship in promising sectors of industry and agriculture.
African Development Fund (ADF)
326/5000 The African Development Fund (ADF) is the concessional window of the African Development Bank Group (ADB). Founded in 1972, it became operational in 1974. Administered by the African Development Bank, the Fund currently has 32 contributing countries, which work in favor of 38 countries in Africa.
The Senegal/Japan Vocational and Technical Training Center (CFPT) in Dakar, created in 1984, is one of the flagships of cooperation between the Republic of Senegal and the Government of Japan. The Senegal-Japan CFPT is one of the first training establishments specializing in industrial maintenance. Its action falls within the framework of government policy for the development of the industrial sector, which attaches great importance to vocational training.