EU funded programme to teach Syrian, Jordanians labour skills

UNESCO project that ranges from 6 months to one year

09 February, 10:29

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    AMMAN - UNESCO launched projects funded by the EU to provide education and training for Jordanians and Syrian refugees, organizers said today.
    A total of three programmes will be part of the initiative targeting thousands refugees from several locations across the kingdom including refugee camps and major towns and cities in the kingdom.
    More than 1,300 people will take part in one of the education programmes that extends up to one year at al Qodus college.
    A second programme will provide six months mentoring, training and referral opportunities for 400 young people in Zaatari refugee camp. The third programme will be funded by the Walton Family Foundation and will provide four months of training in job readiness, career counseling and life skills for 500 young Jordanians affected by the Syria crisis in Mafraq, Zarqa and Amman, according to the statement.
    Students will learn programmes in the fields of hospitability, media production, land survey, graphic design and will have the chance to improve their Enlgish language through specialized programmes.

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