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Abdul-Zaman discusses with the Canadian Ambassador cooperation in the fields of training and introducing skills to the labor market

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Abdul-Zaman discusses with the Canadian Ambassador cooperation in the fields of training and introducing skills to the labor market

Post by claud39 on Wed Jan 30, 2019 8:20 am


[size=30]Abdul-Zaman discusses with the Canadian Ambassador cooperation in the fields of training and introducing skills to the labor market[/size]


Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Dr. Bassem Abdul-Zaman discussed with Canadian Ambassador to Iraq Powell Kibard the mechanism of joint cooperation in the fields of training and introducing modern skills and methodologies to the Iraqi labor market.
During his meeting with the Canadian ambassador and his accompanying delegation, the minister said that the ministry hopes to open many cooperation opportunities with the Canadian government to support the beneficiaries of the services of the ministry, pointing out that the subject of education and training is very important in developing the abilities of young job seekers as well as women heads of household.
The minister said in a press statement that "there are many challenges and obstacles affecting the progress of the private sector in the country and the ministry is working to overcome all obstacles to this sector and try to involve it in all areas of development and launch a new economic policy.  The ambassador and his delegation briefed him on the projects that the Canadian government is seeking to implement in Iraq, which included three projects to support youth and women dependents as well as supporting the private sector. He pointed out that these projects are being implemented as a first stage in three governorates: Baghdad, Anbar and Basra. On the mechanism of joint cooperation in the labor sector and training. For his part, the minister stressed the need to present the study presented by the accompanying delegation to the ambassador to the Department of Labor and Training to prepare ideas on the projects sought by the Canadian government in Iraq in order to reach a labor market within the qualifications of the target group.
The meeting also touched on the importance of taking into consideration the other segments benefiting from the services of the ministry such projects as the disabled people and the special needs, as well as stressing the involvement of the social partners such as the Federation of Iraqi Trade Unions and Industries in order to bring businessmen from professions and capital to work in the developmental and economic sectors, providing job opportunities for the youth.

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