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Minister of Planning: Be an ambassador aimed at building national capacities in the field of sustainable development


A number of young graduates of the first group of the Be an Ambassador initiative started launching a number of new youth initiatives in which they applied the principles they were trained on in the initiative.

 

Dr. Hala Al-Saeed, Minister of Planning and Economic Development and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the National Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development, explained that the Be an Ambassador initiative aims to build national capacities in the field of sustainable development through a series of training courses for various sectors and groups of people, in cooperation with various stakeholders, noting that it is underway. Completing the training of the rest of the groups, successively, to graduate about 1,000 young men and women by the end of this year.

 

Dr. Sharifa Sharif, Executive Director of the National Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development, said that the “Be an Ambassador” initiative launched by the Ministry of Planning and Economic Development in cooperation with the National Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development has begun to bear fruit, as youth groups of graduates of the first batch of the “Be an Ambassador” initiative have started to launch a number of youth initiatives. Apply what they have been trained on in the initiative and contribute to spreading the culture of sustainability in society.

 

Sherif indicated that the initiative is divided into a number of levels, the first of which is the introductory level, which provides educational programs on communication skills on the institute's electronic educational platform "Estidama", then the advanced level, in which the trainee listens to lectures recorded on various sustainable development topics by elite From the lecturers, as for the specialized level, it deals with the training of trainers program and it is direct training and the number of students is limited, the group does not exceed 25 students in one of the halls to ensure effective communication, taking into account the precautionary measures.

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