December 1 2022 7:07 PM E-paper Subscribe Sign in My Account Sign out

Malaysia to offer more capacity-building programs — embassy official

Malaysia to offer more capacity-building programs — embassy official
(Photo: Petra)
AMMAN — Malaysia is planning to support Jordan with capacity-building programs and technical assistance, an official from the Malaysian embassy said on Tuesday, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

Wan Faizatul Afzan Ismayatim, chargée d’affaires at the Malaysian embassy in Amman, was speaking at a graduation ceremony of this year’s cohort of the Malaysian Technical Cooperation Program (MTCP).

The MTCP is a Malaysian program that has offered training and capacity-building programs to developing countries since 1980. Some 54 Jordanians have graduated from the program in 2022, the official said.

She noted that the program focuses on human capital development in areas such as public administration, agriculture, poverty alleviation, investment promotion, ICT, banking, and the English language.

More courses will be made available to Jordanian students, she said, including in tourism, pharmaceuticals, agriculture, energy, the food and beverage industry, Islamic banking, textiles industry, taxation and customs management, economic planning and cyber security, microfinance, and IT auditing will be made available to Jordanian students, she continued.


Read more National news
Jordan News