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Georgia initiates an active cooperation with the World Economic Forum in the field of education. The relevant document was signed by the Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia, Mikheil Chkhenkeli, the member of the governing board, Olivier Schuab and the director of the World Economic Forum, Saadia Zahid. The document established the cooperation between the World Economic Forum and the Ministry in the development of a public-private partnership initiative within the framework of "Closing the Skills Gap Accelerator in Georgia" project.
The Ministry is conducting an intensive campaign in the field of vocational education with representatives of various industries of the private sector. Public-private partnership plans to create a new platform, which will be actively supported by the World Economic Forum.
In addition, the cooperation between the World Economic Forum and the Ministry will focus on human capital development, lifelong learning and skills development, re-employment in line with labor market requirements, and the development of innovative financing models.
The World Economic Forum is a world-renowned international organization that aims to involve world leaders in politics, business, and academia in shaping the global, regional, and industrial agenda. The Forum plays an important role in identifying ways to effectively address the problems and challenges facing the world's leading nations through the involvement of the international business sector, governments, and civil society.
The format of cooperation with the World Economic Forum is part of the "Platform for Shaping a New Economy and the Future of Society" project. The aim of the platform is to promote the formation of a state and society with a rich, inclusive, and equal economy. As a result, citizens of Georgia will be given the opportunity to fully realize their potential.