UNICEF, CBSE, YuWaah Join Hands to Promote Skill-based Learning


United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF), The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and YuWaah are collaborating to work together on life skills development, career guidance, as well as providing access and engagement to students in volunteering opportunities.

With this collaboration, the organisations will roll out the Passport to Earning (P2E) initiative for CBSE students, wherein they will be upskilled with key 21st-century skills mapped to CBSE’s employability skills curriculum.

Yasumasa Kimura, UNICEF Representative in India, believes that CBSE is one of the most vital stakeholders in providing 21st-century skills to young people at scale. He also said that they are privileged to reaffirm their commitment to young people’s bright future with this national-level partnership and look forward to working together to empower India’s youth to flourish in school, work, and life.

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