Thousands of Afghans to receive vocational trainings
An agreement to that effect was signed on Sunday in Kabul.
This comes as Afghan youths are complaining about the high unemployment in the country.
Deputy Education Minister Asif Nang said hundreds of Afghans would be admitted in various vocational training programs in the first phase of the 5-year program.
According to Nang, students will be trained in 30-70 different vocational fields such as carpentry, architecture, blacksmith and more.
He added the 5-year program would be implemented at a total cost of USD 30mn.
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