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Kick off meeting Project “Sustainability and networking as means of Asian youth empowerment and inclusion”

 According to UN ESCAP in 2015, 65% South Asia region population is under the age of 35. These 400 million youth, face many challenges during their transition into adulthood. They have to cope with high youth unemployment and youth illiteracy rates. The region is subject to both human-made emergencies and natural disasters, leading to the breakdown of health, education, and protection systems. Finding a job in South Asian countries is a major challenge for many young people. Fostering youth all-around-skills and ensuring their full participation, both in solving global challenges and local ones, is critical to the development and prosperity of the region.

Dr. Pham Thi Lan Phuong - Rector spoke at the opening of the meeting

The project addresses the needs of youth operators working regularly in support of disadvantaged youth with low education and skills by offering a weeklong training in Malaysia aimed at refining their capacity for analysing their community, plan better local activated and foster better relations with the local actors.

On the first day of the meeting, representatives of each organization introduced their organization's main activities as well as their achievements to promote the role of the community in supporting young people.

Representatives of partners introduce their organizations 

CAM is considered a technical college active in supporting youth transition from school to adulthood.  They will be valuable in train other local teachers and sharing the acquired new skills with the local community. They will also share tips on skills assessment and course planning.

The members of the project take photos with  leaders of CAM


Editor: Nguyen Thi Thu Huong  

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