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Tribal Youth Employment Through Vocational Skills

Total of 93 youth from district Khyber, Kurram, Orakzai and North Waziristan attended 3 months vocational and employable skills trainings in different trades. SRSP’s Human Resource Development Centre (HRDC) organized these certified (City and Guilds of London Institute) training courses under the five years project funded by the Government of Germany and financed by KFW to support Reintegration and Rehabilitation for Temporarily Displaced Persons (TDPs) in FATA. 
Advisor to the Chief Minister KPK on Industries attended the closing ceremony. The honorable guest appreciated the facilities established at the training center and suggested to introduce advanced level courses for the upcoming CPEC interventions in KPK.
During the closing ceremony Participants were given the completion certificates and the tool kits for their respective trade.








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