USAID COMET is delving into multiple dimensions of education and training - so what are the core areas that we’re tackling? Download the briefers below to find out more.



USAID COMET, through the MekongSkills2Work Network, fosters innovation in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam. The MS2W network directly supports the goals of the Lower Mekong Initiative (LMI), as well as the initiative for ASEAN integration, and has been endorsed by  the ASEAN Senior Officials Meeting for Education. Download the briefer to find out more. 



Work-Based Learning

Stronger collaboration between companies and educational institutions results in more prepared graduates who better meet employers’ skill requirements. This is because training alone is not sufficient – learners need experiences in real workplaces where there are real customers. Download the briefer below to find out more on how we implement our work-based learning model.

Work-Based Learning Briefer


MS2W Sourcebook

The MekongSkills2Work’s training model, launched under the USAID Connecting the Mekong through Education and Training (USAID COMET) project, offers instructional improvement tools that help learners master new job-focused skills, better preparing them for relevant and productive employment. Download the briefer below to find out more.

Sourcebook Briefer


Industry Partners

Stronger collaboration between industries and education/training institutions will result in a better prepared workforce that better meets employers’ skill requirements, and lowers costs. Gaining a Competitive Edge. Early engagement with education/training institutions will give your business a head start in training potential employees to meet your business’ specific needs. By engaging trainees in your business before they graduate, you will expedite the integration of new recruits into your workplace culture and increase their productivity. Download the briefer below to find out more on how we work together with industry partners.

Industry Partners Briefers