More than 20 years of collaboration with ETF
Workshop "Work based learning in Armenia" 2019
EU4Youth - SAY YES Skills for Jobs,  Work based learning, Cheese making, Stepanavan 
Torino Process 2018-20 in Armenia: Preparing for tomorrow’s skill
“EU4Youth: SAY YES - Skills for Jobs” project co-funded by EU
“EU4Youth: SAY YES - Skills for Jobs” project co-funded by EU, Work based learning, Ararat
For Development and Prosperity
27 November 2020
Today “Global Developments” Fund with the financial support of European Training Foundation organised Torino Process 2018-20 in Armenia: Preparing for tomorrow’s skills” event. The Torino Process is an evidence-informed analysis of Human Capital Development (HCD) issues and VET policies responses in the ETF partner countries. The process, launched by the ETF for the first time in 2010, enters in its fifth round of implementation that will be completed in the period...

28 November 2019

27 December 2018
In 2018, as a partner organisation of World Vision Armenia (WVA), “Global Developments Fund” (GDF) closely cooperating with the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Armenia (MoES), especially with the VET Department, with National Centre for VET Development, as well as with VET colleges and social partners in the very field, has developed work-based learning (WBL) programs for 4 qualifications in the field of agriculture and organised the provision of the WBL...

28 March 2017
On the 28 th of March 2017, a remarkable event in Masis city took place: solemn ceremony of laying the “time capsule” with a message to descendants symbolising the launch of construction of the first family sports complex. With the financial support of International charity organisation Adibekyan Family Foundation for Advancement and the Masis Development Foundation , founded by the latter, Global Developments Fund organised the event as well as opening ceremony of Masis...

28 November 2016
On 28-30 November 2016 Global Developments Fund with support of European Training Foundation organised a workshop titeled: A practical approach to skills anticipation – with focus on two sectors: tourism and IT. Analysis, capacity building, practical application. This series of workshops aim at introducing a practical approach to reinforce existing analytical capacity in understanding labour market and skills dynamics, and stimulate stakeholders’ networking for a more...

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