1299 Mauritanians young, including 94 in Nouadhibou and the rest in Nouakchott, will undertake training before their final integration into active life. This is reflected eight agreements signed Tuesday between the Ministry of Employment, and private partners.
These conventions, financed to the tune of 272 million ouguiyas, intend to ensure appropriate training to the beneficiaries in order to insert in any activities related to agriculture, animal husbandry, tourism, construction , The informal trades and crafts.
This operation is part of the implementation of the training component-insertion of young 4000 Special Programme intervention (PSI) introduced by the national authorities to improve the living conditions of populations in rural and urban areas .
The Minister for Employment, inclusion and Vocational Training said on that occasion that the signing of these agreements speaks volumes about the state of implementation of the training component insertion of 4000 youth. He stressed that the training itself 1682 youth inside the country has begun since long-time. The agreements just signed will be the number to 1920, said the minister who said that the 80 remaining opportunities at the Tiris Zemmour are in advanced stage of preparation.
The minister took this opportunity to thank all those who participated in carrying out this work of interest to our country. The coordinator of the cell implementing the component training and placement, M. Mohamed Ould Melainine Eyih, said that the agreements signed and those that preceded them, concluded in June permitting, at present, training and integration of nearly 1,600 young people in Nouakchott.
He added that the rest of the opportunities provided is on track. Of the 2000 young people to be selected within the country, the coordinator said that apart from the 80 opportunities expected shortly to Tiris Zemmour, 1920 candidates have been selected and are currently undergoing training. Mr. Ould Eyih said that, along with the signing of these conventions, other actions are carried out for the reception of applicants' files in Nouakchott with a deadline for filing has expired since 10 of the current month. He also referred to previous phases of the programme, including the identification of beneficiaries and the definition of niche markets.
The coordinator has finally that the cell is hard at work to achieve the objectives assigned to it in a timely manner.
The first agreement, signed between the Ministry and the National Federation of Transport, focused on training and the insertion of 100 young for an amount of more than 20 million ouguiyas, the second with the Ministry for the Advancement of Women, of Family and Children for 344 girls for a total of more than 64 million, the third at the regional chapter of the Federation of Crafts and Trades for the benefit of 100 young people for more than 18 million, the 4th with the national school education Maritime and Fisheries for 94 youth for more
16 million, Sème with the Institute Ighraa the benefit of 126 young people for more than 15 million, the 6th with the technical high school in Nouakchott in favour of 202 beneficiaries for more than 16 million, the 7th with the Centre de Formation des Mahadras the profit of 105 young amounting to more than 9 million and Sème with CFPP Nouakchott for 228 young people for more than 13 million ouguiyas.
The ceremony took place in the presence of Ministers of Islamic Affairs and Education Originel, the Advancement of Women, Children and Family Affairs and Secretary