NaBCo officially ends today, job permanency under threat over choked payroll

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The Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) project has officially ended today in all sectors.

The three years government of Ghana project which was started three years ago has come to a successful end.

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Meanwhile, the decision by the government to give the recruits permanent jobs may be threatened due to a statement being issued by the Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori Atta that the government payroll was full.

 

About NaBCo

The Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) programme is a government initiative to address graduate unemployment to solve social problems. The focus of the initiative will be solving public service delivery in health, education, agriculture, technology, governance and drive revenue mobilization and collection.

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The objectives of the programme are to:

  • • Provide temporary employment to unemployed graduates
  • • Improve skills and employability for the transition from programme to permanent employment
  • • Improve public service delivery
  • • Improve on government revenue mobilization
  • • To provide needed infrastructure to improve access to basic public services

This new scheme – the Nation Builders Corps recognizes the role played by other pathways that currently exist under various government institutions and agencies. In a sense, NABCO ultimately offers a convergence for the employment initiatives landscape.

Among the existing Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) with schemes addressed to youth unemployment include: the Ministry for Business Development, Ministry for Local Government and Rural Administration, the National Vocational and Technical Institute (NVTI), Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (COTVET), the National Youth Authority (NYA), and the Youth Employment Agency (YEA), and the National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Plan (NEIP) to cite some examples.

In particular, the YEA has affected, positively, the lives of many non-tertiary graduates through the innovative modules that have continued to engage lots of young people.

In the case of the NABCO, the distinguishing element would be its concentration on addressing the growing phenomenon of unemployment and disillusionment among young people leaving tertiary institutions.

Under the programme, graduates will be trained, equipped with the necessary work tools and deployed around the country to engage in the following programmes:

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