World Bank Policy & National Human Resource Development in Africa
National human resource development is the planned and coordinated process of enhancing human resources in one or more political states or geographic regions for economic and/or social purposes. NHRD has been recognized as a policy priority and undertaken as an activity by various divisions of the United Nations, national country governments, organizations involved in international development,. Specific human resources targeted by NHRD policy or practice typically include personal characteristics like knowledge, skills, and learned abilities and aspects of physical and psychological wellbeing; examples of NHRD interventions include ensuring that general education curricula include knowledge critical to employability and wellbeing, assisting employers in implementing effective on-the-job training programs that promote both greater effectiveness and workplace empowerment, and working to benefit specific populations by, for example, aligning vocational education and training with maternal health services and nutritional support.
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