Wednesday, May 29, 2024
Dr Joseph Peter Monari

Dr Joseph Peter Monari

Dr. Peter Monari Joseph’s commitment to Worlddidac is to enhance the vision and mission of Worlddidac in the African continent. And also, to support and to ensure Worlddidac members to have equal access to business opportunities from the African continent underpinning the value of integrity and ethics as described by Worlddidac.
Peter Monari Joseph currently serves as Worlddidac Ambassador for Africa region, TVET Journal Coordinator Africa Articles for TVET (Systems, Tools, and Institutions) and TVET Jobs based in Czech Republic and UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa as a Consultant, Partnership and Resource Mobilization for Education (Priority Programmes; ICT in Education, TVET-Green Skills for Green Jobs and Campus Africa).
Before joining the Worlddidac Association, TVET Journal and UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa. Peter was TVET and skills development Consultant and funded projects expert since January 2011 for various private companies in Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, and Ghana. He developed and implemented several projects related to development cooperation, private sector engagement, trainee mobilization with specific focus on women mobilization, organization of job fairs and national skills competitions in Kenya.
Peter serves on many international panels including as a commission member of International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) under the Commission on Education and Communication (CEC) -2021-2025, Commission on Ecosystems Management (CEM)-2021- 2025 and WorldSkills Kenya-Technical Delegate, Member - Competitions Committee representative and General Assembly representative to WorldSkills International.
Born in Isena, Nairobi, Kenya in 1988, Monari holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science, MSc in Information Technology Management (Computer Science) plus a software engineering degree from the University of Johannesburg, University of Nairobi and KCA University respectively, he has 8 years of relevant professional experience in TVET and employment promotion for young people and women, private sector engagement, trainee mobilization and organisation of job fairs. During his academic career, he was visiting various industries in Europe to benchmark with the best practices of governance on establishment of dual VET (dTVET) education. Developing a structural policy for reshaping learning, professional (lifelong learning) and skills development for young people in Africa. Specially developing synergies and partnerships in relation to Sustainable Development Goals (SDG 17). To enhance public private partnerships with learning institutions, industries, governments, experts, and international research centers in the education sector entirely. Ensuring skills development for Africa is spurred to achieve the social-economic development for Africa countries. Particularly skills and access to quality education for young people and women across Africa.

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