Afghan Trained Youths Certified By Afghan-Korean Vocational Training Institute
Nearly 420 youngsters received their graduation certificates after serving one year of professional training in Afghan-Korea Vocational Training Institute in Kabul.
Officials at the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs say vocational and professional training can help young people in getting employments.
Lacks of professional skills are among the reasons that currently three million Afghans are unemployed in Afghanistan.
Meanwhile in the ceremony of certificate distribution, South Korean ambassador to Afghanistan An Seong told about his continued cooperation in vocational training for Afghan youth.
“Since 2002, Korea has helped Afghanistan in various parts but the most important assistance is professional and vocational trainings. I once again assure that Korea will help this sector of Afghanistan until it’s needed, Korean ambassador said.”
Before this, many students have also completed their graduation from this Afghan-Korea vocational training institute.