Introducing: #LKDF4Industry – Together against COVID-19
…industry leaders in respective fields can inspire change […] and we would count on your support over the longer-term to help this transition take place in an organized way…
Philippe Scholtès, Managing Director of Programme Development and Technical Cooperation at UNIDO
WHAT IS THE #LKDF4INDUSTRY INITIATIVE?
In response to the growing economic and social concerns resulting from the global outbreak of COVID-19, the Learning Knowledge Development Facility (LKDF) is proud to be a continued supporter of the industrial sector by forging meaningful partnerships with industry leaders to promote knowledge sharing and innovation across sectors.
At LKDF, we believe that this challenging time is an opportunity for adaptation, innovation, and learning. Together, we can share best practices and overcome collective obstacles.
WHAT ARE THE OBJECTIVES?
- Share knowledge, lessons-learned and best practices among industrial players
- Collect data and inputs to shape our future technical assistance on demand-driven skills development programmes
- Offer a platform to discuss how the industrial sector coped with the COVID-19 crisis and what are the collected possible recommendations
WHY SHOULD I PARTICIPATE?
Your contribution will help other industrial players adopt safe and effective measures as well as policymakers to understand the needs of the industrial sector, thus, informing UNIDO’s response to the COVID-19 crisis.
HOW CAN I GET INVOLVED?
JOIN THE VOICE OF INDUSTRIES
We invite all UNIDO and LKDF Partners to join the “Voice of Industries” discussion and share how your facility is ensuring safe and efficient operations during COVID-19 in a short video message.
CONTRIBUTE TO THE LKDF GLOBAL OBSERVATORY
COVID-19 vs. New Industrial Skills Survey online on May 25!
In the wake of COVID-19, businesses will need to develop new models and adjust operations.
Contribute to the LKDF Global Observatory and participate in the survey “COVID-19 vs. New Industrial Skills” to collect accurate and up-to-date information on the challenges and technical skills needs in your industry in order to better advocate on behalf of all businesses.
The survey will be available in 10 languages, including Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, and Spanish.
Together, we can support each other to cope with this global crisis. Be part of the #LKDF4Industry Initiative!