Saudi Human Resources Development Fund launches e-summer camp to train young jobseekers

Updated 08 July 2019

Saudi Human Resources Development Fund launches e-summer camp to train young jobseekers

RIYADH: The Saudi Human Resources Development Fund (Hadaf) launched the e-summer camp program on Sunday in partnership with King Abdul Aziz University, King Khalid University, the General Authority for Small and Medium Enterprises and Saudi Telecom Co.

The launch ceremony, held at the Hadaf headquarters in Riyadh, was attended by the director general of Hadaf, Mohammed Al-Sudairy.

The program aims to equip community members with the skills and knowledge required for the job market to achieve the objectives of Vision 2030.

Mohammed Al-Shuwaier, director general for the development and design of training programs at Hadaf, presented the features of the electronic training platform Doroob, which he supervises.

He said that Doroob is a national electronic platform that provides training to meet the needs of the job market. It aims to expand training, cover all regions and develop the skills of students, job seekers and employees. 

Al-Shuwaier said that the e-summer camp runs until Aug. 31, and is available through the Doroob platform (www.doroob.sa).

He added that the program targets all segments of society, including students, job seekers, employees, owners of small and medium enterprises and entrepreneurs.


Egyptian envoy meets Saudi foreign minister

Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan receives Egyptian Ambassador Ahmed Farouk Mohammed Tawfik in Riyadh on Monday. (SPA)
Updated 19 November 2019

Egyptian envoy meets Saudi foreign minister

  • The foreign minister appreciated the outgoing envoy’s efforts in strengthening the ties between Saudi Arabia and Sudan

RIYADH: Egyptian Ambassador Ahmed Farouk Mohammed Tawfik called on Saudi Foreign Minister  Prince Faisal bin Farhan in Riyadh on Monday. They reviewed bilateral relations and ways to enhance them. They also discussed issues of mutual interest.
The foreign minister also held a separate meeting with Mexican Ambassador-designate Anibal Toledo. He presented a copy of his credentials to Prince Faisal prior to submitting them to King Salman.
Sudanese Ambassador Abdulazim Al-Sadiq Al-Karoori called on Prince Faisal bin Farhan to bid him farewell. The foreign minister appreciated the outgoing envoy’s efforts in strengthening the ties between Saudi Arabia and Sudan.