Minister of State for Immigration and Egyptian Expatriates Affairs Nabila Makram signed a cooperation protocol with the executive manager of the National Training Academy (NTA) on Monday to provide training programs for young Egyptian expatriates.
Makram said that Egypt has improved services dedicated for youth inside and outside Egypt and has enhanced communication with them, aiming to strengthening their national identity.
The NTA will customize training programs for young Egyptian expatriates and connect them with young trainees living in Egypt, aiming to exchange their skills and experiences in various fields, Makram added.
The training programs are aimed at providing the knowledge necessary for undertaking various responsibilities and achieving advancement in the fields of scientific research, technology and human development as part of the country’s sustainable development plan 2030.
In November 2018, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi announced at the end of the World Youth Forum that The NTA would be entrusted to develop operational mechanisms for training Arab and African youth in all political, economic and social fields by launching the Presidential Program for African Youth Leadership Training.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm