Advance is a workforce development program that is implemented in Honduras, Guatemala, Dominican Republic, and Jamaica. The Program is funded by USAID and implemented by FHI 360.
What We Do
The Advance Program works with selected technical tertiary institutions to improve youth employability in the Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Honduras and Jamaica. The program partners with these institutions to help them to strengthen their ability to provide market-relevant training aligned with selected industries.
16 Nov 2022
Students and staff members at Knockalva Polytechnic College share a photograph with Mr. and Mrs. Lumsden, owners of Belcour Preserves. Agro-processing students from Knockalva Polytechnic College visited Belcour Preserves to learn from Mr. and Mrs. Lumsden, Belcour owners, about being…Read more
Meet Randy Frías: Advance scholarship holder and outstanding ITLA graduate takes steps as an entrepreneur
9 Nov 2022
Image of Randy Frías Randy Frías is a talented 21-year-old from Santo Domingo East. He resides in one of the most disadvantaged sectors with limited access to health, housing, education and employment; a place where people can become marginalized and…Read more
1 Nov 2022
The Advance Program donated equipment to the Vocational Training Development Institute and University of Technology, Jamaica to help establish learning labs to train students for the creative industries. LIGHTING DESIGN LAB The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech) received state-of-the-art lighting…Read more