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Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Red Sea State Inaugurates Youths Stability Projects

Khartoum: Red Sea Governor, Ali Hamid has affirmed his goverement support for the projects of youth’s employment and stability to enhance the economy and tourism.
He hailed the efforts oof United Nations Developmental Programme (UNDP) and the Mnistry of International cooperation of opening the door for the different international organizations and the donors for supporting different projects in Sudan.
He said while inaugurating the projects of means of earning a livelihood which is targeting 300 hundred young men and young ladies at six localities and three states in Eastern Sudan, that Sudan has suffered  during the past period from economic problems  and he is looking forward for  benefiting from the projects that seeks to enhance the economy and realizing stabilty as the these projects are working towards training and employing youths in the labor market.
For his part the Minister of Finance of the Red Sea state, Imad Al din Al Hussein said the project is   an end of the second phase of the three projects which aims at providing means of gaining livelihood and stability of the youhs who are doing poor jobs noting that the number of the targeted youth has totalled 1000 youths of both genders in this phase.
The Japanese Ambassador said his visit to the Red Sea State comes paving the way for enhancing relations between Sudan and the people of Japan and  reviewing method  of supporting such projects as well as seeking means partnership and friendly relations.
He affirmed Japan’s continual support of the projects that boost livelihood means and creating jobs for youths .