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KP to Run Rs. 5 Billion Digital Skills Program Training 84,000 Youth

This initiative aims to provide residents of the Kurram and Orakzai districts in KP with economic opportunities.

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To provide thousands of children with digital skills, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government has declared that it will invest Rs. 5 billion through the Digital Skills Program.

In addition, the provincial government will teach some 84,000 young people over the course of two years, according to the specifics. In an effort to enhance the number of competent graduates that are needed by both domestic and foreign enterprises.

Moreover, after the initiative is fully executed, KP will also develop into a hub for workers with digital skills. The Youth Digital Skills Program entails a number of steps. Including the establishment of a partnership with the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector.  Providing youth with industry-required digital skills, global certification, a nano-degree program (online degree), and integrating the youth in the ICT sector.

The Japanese government and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Pakistan signed an agreement to launch a $3.9 million project. To enhance local administration, and stabilize the economy. And provide residents of the Kurram and Orakzai districts in KP with economic opportunities.

Furthermore, over 200,000 individuals in the aforementioned area, primarily young people and women, will be empowered by the two-year effort, which is being carried out in conjunction with Japan.

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