Ministry launches program to empower Saudi youth

Ministry launches program to empower Saudi youth
The program, aimed at promoting social development in the region and empowering the region’s young men and women. (Supplied)
Updated 19 August 2019

Ministry launches program to empower Saudi youth

Ministry launches program to empower Saudi youth
  • The program will be implemented in Arar, Turaif and Rafha through four training programs to establish the competencies of young men and women, from Aug. 18, to run for 37 weeks

RIYADH: The Saudi Ministry of Labor and Social Development has launched a program to “prepare youth leaderships to support social development,” in partnership with the Social Counselling Association (Esham) and Princess Al-Anoud Charity Foundation, represented by Princess Al-Anoud Center for Youth Development (Wharf).
The program, aimed at promoting social development in the region and empowering the region’s young men and women through a system of high-efficiency social services, was launched by Prince Faisal bin Khalid bin Sultan, governor of the Northern Borders region in Arar city.
The program will be implemented in Arar, Turaif and Rafha through four training programs to establish the competencies of young men and women, from Aug. 18, to run for 37 weeks.