Amna Dirar Stresses on Vocational Training Cooperation with Japan
Khartoum - The state Minster at workers and labor ministry Dr. Amna Dirar has lauded the role played by Japan International cooperation agency (JICA) in way of realizing development in Sudan especially in vocational training centers.
addressing the opening ceremony model training courses held in Khartoum vocational center yesterday, in collaborate with JICA supreme council for vocational and apprenticeship , Dirar said that Japan government has started supporting Sudan since 1956 and continue tell today .
She asked Sudanese trainees who will have vocational training courses by Japanese experts to benefit from all Japanese acknowledgements and use them to raise Sudan development.
From his part, the Japanese ambassador at Khartoum Mr. Akinora Wada, confirmed his country readiness to support Sudan in industrial development.
He stated that Japan has no enough recourse but depended on vocational and apprenticeship centers to establish strong industrial companies, adding that his country became as one of industrial country by using youth power.
Wada pointed out that JICA has worked with supreme council for vocational and apprenticeship to renew vocational centers curriculums
He called Sudanese private sector to involve in Japanese production.
Ambassador stressed that the cooperation between the tow countries will continue and the training programs.
The secretary general, of supreme council for vocational and apprenticeship Engineer Mohammed Ahmed Rasmi stated that the vocational courses will be at Khartoum vocational center, and includes automobiles production,
Rasmi pointed that courses will continue to raise Sudanese vocational student abilities
He added that courses would give chances for the trainees to find job and be able to establish their special projects
By Ibrahim Al-Jack, 22/04/2012