Multi-Service Training Center in Juba on Thursday graduated over three hundred of their learners in to South Sudan’s shaky labor Market.
Khamis Aligo, the Director of the Centre says they train South Sudanese in sixteen different Vocational skills trades.
He adds that the center advocates for Excellency in terms of skills that fit the labour market desired by the country.
‘’Our understanding of the Market guides us in developing the curriculum that suits us especially for a country that has just come from war,’’ Aligo says ‘’ Non existence of peace in the country, price fluctuation all affects us in procuring training materials’’
Salah Khaled UNESCO representative in South Sudan encouraged the graduates to develop their country rather than depending on others.
Salah says the aim of the United Nations is to help the government and its people get the skills to do work.
He urged the South Sudanese to keep the country safe and develop it with the available resources.
The undersecretary in the National Ministry of Labor Helen Achiro said over seventy percent of the population is composed of young people who would be the country’s future leaders
Achiro adds that for the Nation to progress no one should be left behind in education saying that provision of skills is essential for the citizens to get employment in various fields in the private sector rather than looking for work in the government where there is no space for all.
As we all know we have many challenges she said the cooperating partners should help provide startup capital for those who have got training and would love to run their business.
Achiro calls on employment providers to recruit these grandaunts when hiring personnel.
The undersecretary reveals that they would in the third month of 2015 open Aluak Luak Women Training Centre in Lakes State.