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Hassasbo inspects graduates employment projects in Khartoum State.

Khartoum, June 24 (SUNA)- Vice President of the Republic, Hassabo Mohamed Abdul-Rahman, accompanied by the Wali of Khartoum State, Dr. Abdul-Rahman Al--Khidir, the Minister of Welfare and Social Security, Mashaer Al-Dawalab, and the Minister of the Social Development at Khartoum State Amal Al-Beeli, have inspected the graduates employment projects in Khartoum State, where they stood on the nutrition projects at Omdurman Islamic University, the micro-finance project for fisheries, the ready-made clothes' project at the micro-finance institution in southern Khartoum, the development of the industry and businesses in Khartoum North, Abu-Halima Centre for Agricultural and Animal production, the calve and goat breeding project at the United villages in Khartoum North.

The Delegation also inspected during the visit the work in Vocational Training Centre in Southern Khartoum.

The Vice President of the Republic has affirmed the importance of field inspection visits to such projects, a matter that complies with the state's policy for supporting micro-finance to raise production and to contribute to providing work opportunities for the graduates and youth and to reduce poverty and to improving production.

Meanwhile, Hassabo gave a directive to open opportunities for the needy families and to deliver to them integrated production projects.

He also gave a directive to establish two basic schools at the United Villages in Khartoum North, assuring the state sponsorship and concern with the micro-finance projects and appreciated Khartoum State efforts in this regard.

Meanwhile, the Wali (governor) of Khartoum State, Dr. Abdul-Rahman Al-Khidir, said that the inspection visit was aimed to inspect the youth employment projects via three axes, the first is pertinent to the agricultural and industrial investment, the second relates to the employment in the state structures and the third axis deals with the self-employment.


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Date:Jun 24, 2014
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