Community engagement remains at the top of Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) agenda. This is where stakeholder engagement interventions that drive the human capital development are unearthed. Tswagare Village leadership invited HRDC to its local 53rd Botswana Independence Celebrations. HRDC Chief Operations Officer, Mr. Meshack Tafa represented HRDC as the key note speaker at the event.

In delivering the key note speech, Mr Tafa raised awareness about HRDC as a vanguard on issues pertaining to driving the knowledge-based society and that it is an organisation that oversees the process of human resource development (HRD) demand driven mechanisms. He further added that HRDC provides opportunities for all Batswana to realise their full potential across all stages of HRD life cycle in order to build a stable and globally competitive nation.

He urged the youth to be progressively innovative and that they should have the desire to look for programmes that avail opportunities for academic and professional growth in order to also join the nation's concerted efforts of eradicating poverty and creating employment. Tswagare Village is located in Borolong area in the Southern District Council and has a population of less than 1000 citizens.HRDC also donated Information Communication and Technology (ICT) related equipment to the village leadership which will go a long way in assisting the residents to keep in touch with the world.

News Date: 
Monday, September 30, 2019