Youth employment project trains 6,500

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AMMAN — The Youth Participation and Employment Project has trained 6,500 beneficiaries for the labor market since 2019, through a set of programs and activities, according to a statement released by the Injaz Foundation.اضافة اعلان

The project, implemented through the Injaz Foundation’s Work Readiness program in partnership with Oxfam, is funded by the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs under an Arab-Danish Partnership Program, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.

The training introduces youth to job opportunities in the market and offers training opportunities that prepare them for the work environment.
The project links young men and women with various education and training opportunities in the labor market, and introduces them to financial, social, employment, and entrepreneurship skills.

Other than Injaz and Oxfam, other foundations are involved in the project including the King Hussein Foundation, the Jordanian Hashemite Fund for Human Development, the Leaders For Tomorrow Foundation, and the Phenix Center for Economics and Informatics Studies.

The project targets Jordanian and Syrian youth between the ages of 18-35 years old, in the governorates of Karak, Tafileh, Balqa, and Madaba.

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