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MoUs to ease employment, training opportunities for youth

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MoUs to ease employment, training opportunities for youth
 KABUL: Dr. Kamal Sadat, deputy minister on youth affairs of the Ministry of Information and Culture has signed three different Memorandum of Understandings with Rapid Relief & Development Association, Global Work Employment Agency and United Dormitory here yesterday, BNA reported.
Addressing the ceremony, the deputy minister on youth affairs said the Rapid Relief & Development Association would ease youth with awareness on fighting illegal human-trafficking and its consequences.
He went on saying that Global Work would provide employment opportunities for the youth inside and outside of the country while the United Dormitory to give 30 percent discount for those students were being introduced by the deputy ministry.
Meanwhile Nabiullah Suhrabi representing the Global Work, Nasir Ahmad Amin from United Dormitory and Ahmad Shabir Sapi from the Rapid Relief and Development Association assured of their long-term cooperation with the deputy ministry on youth affairs.
The Kabul Times

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