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International Cooperation Projects

Faculty and students at Vancouver Island University are actively engaged in international cooperation projects in regions around the world. These collaborations include formal partnerships with post-secondary institutions abroad, faculty consulting, student volunteering and support for civil society organizations. To learn more about international cooperation work being undertaken at VIU, please contact Darrell Harvey at Darrell.Harvey@viu.ca.

 

Active Projects

VIU International Cooperation Projects SAGE 01

Skills to Access the Green Economy: Belize

Developing Climate Smart programming to address the impacts of climate change on the agri-food and agro-forestry sectors of Belize.

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KEFEP Building Artisan Training

Kenya Education for Employment Program

Developing a competency-based Building Artisan program to support an increase in employment and economic development opportunities for Kenyan youth.

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VIU in Tanzania for ISTEP

Improving Skills Training for Employment Program - Tanzania

Developing Tourism and Hospitality programming to help enable increased access to managerial positions in Tanzania's tourism industry.

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Pacific Alliance Education for Employment

Developing and implementing a national promotion campaign for technical training programs connected to the extractive sector in Mexico, Chile, Peru and Colombia.

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Ongoing Partnerships

Caricom Education for Employment Program

CARICOM Education for Employment - Trinidad and Tobago

Learning and training partnership for the development of curriculum for a Cosmetology Centre of Excellence in Trinidad.

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GIS-Ukraine

Laying the Foundation for a Spatial Data Infrastructure - Ukraine

Development of a training program in Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) to improve access to spatial data and web mapping technology in Ukraine.

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VIU and Tra Vinh University

Tra Vinh University - Vietnam

Vancouver Island University and Tra Vinh University have a strong working relationship, which grew out of a Canadian-government funded capacity building project.

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