The book analyzes the outcomes of an ambitious project aimed at contributing to reducing poverty in one of the world’s poorest countries, Nepal. Nepal initiated the Skill for Employment Project (SEP) in 2006 with the objective of providing market oriented short-term training for 80,000 people from the disadvantaged groups, particularly women and Dalits (lower caste), within the period of five years. The training is expected to enhance the employability of the training participants and facilitate them in obtaining employment. The engagement in employment is then supposed to help them increase their income, sustain their livelihoods and ultimately bring them out of the poverty trap. The study tries to examine the employment and earning outcomes of the training based on the primary data collected from 41 training graduates. The book also includes perspectives of different stakeholders related to Technical Education, Vocational Training and Skill Development in Nepal.