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Even if we succeed in convincing 10 percent of the companies and institutions about the important role of PR in the Kingdom, we could generate more than 100,000 jobs for youth.
Nitish said to highlight government's "failure" on black money, bonus for farmers, special status to Bihar and creating jobs for youths among others, six parties of erstwhile Janata Parivar would hold a "mahadharna" at Delhi on December 22.
The EUR 50 million agreement with Bank of Cyprus, as well as the one with Hellenic Bank for EUR 35 million, include financing windows under the Jobs for Youth programme, which offer even more favourable financial terms to eligible SMEs.
Since 2011, the UNDP created projects and jobs for youths in the inland regions notably the governorates of El Kef, Kasserine, Jendouba, Bizerte and others with a budget worth $ 6 million.
The Minister said that the government gives a high priority to support the microfinance in Yemen, which is one of the effectual mechanisms to fight poverty and create jobs for youths by encouraging them to establish small enterprises of their own, funded by the Al-Amal Bank and microfinance institutions.
He also called to find jobs for youth and support small and medium enterprises SMEs to face challenges.
The young politician also unveiled his Jobs For Youth Plan.
They will also come up with solutions for dealing with the current employment issues and developing partnerships for more and better jobs for youth.