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3 Review discussions with development officers

It’s noteworthy that the project has undertaken review discussions involving 120 Development Officers for Foreign Employment (DO-FE) in Ampara district, under the Ministry of Foreign Employment. These discussions, conducted under the supervision of DOFE Coordinator A.M. Farzan, serve to clarify the purpose of the migrant workers’ welfare associations established in…
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Awareness of safe labor migration information

It’s highly commendable that 105 volunteers selected from the operational areas of this project have received essential 4-day training. The goal of this training is to equip these volunteers with the necessary knowledge and skills to create awareness about safe labor migration information among the villagers. This initiative reflects a…
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Workers who have returned from abroad have been provided with industrial equipment for self-employment

It’s commendable that 54 workers, both those anticipating going abroad and those who have returned, have been selected for Occupation Guidance counseling. This initiative reflects a proactive approach to supporting individuals at different stages of their international employment journey. The provision of vocational skills training to these individuals is a…
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Discussion with government vocational training consultants, relevant stakeholders, project staff

It’s commendable that there have been four discussions involving Government Vocational Training Consultants, stakeholders, and project staff regarding project activities. These discussions serve as a vital platform for sharing information, clarifying project-related details, and actively involving key participants in the project process. The collaborative nature of these discussions is crucial…
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Sensitization discussion on the processes of the Vocational Skill Development Programme

It’s commendable to note that a series of sensitization discussions has taken place to enlighten and engage various stakeholders in the Skill Development Program. A total of 17 discussions have been conducted, involving 551 leaders from village-level organizations and government officials. Additionally, three discussions have included 90 volunteers. These sensitization…
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Awareness of Banking Procedures

Between August 17 and August 24, 2019, a series of three awareness seminars were conducted in the Karaitivu area, focusing on “Awareness of Banking Procedures.” Mrs. Yazhini, an employee of HNB Bank, played a pivotal role in facilitating these informative sessions. The seminars aimed to enlighten participants about banking procedures…
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