EU, UN sign 6.5 million Euros contract for skills development in Zambia

President Hakainde Hichilema says European Union and United Nations have signed a contract for 6.5million Euros for Skills Development in Zambia.

Writing on Facebook, Hakainde said: “the programme will better equip our institutions to train the youth to build our economy in specialised sectors like mining, agriculture and energy.”

The deal aims to increase employability programme in Zambia.

“When opportunity knocks, our youth have to be ready. We are happy to inform the nation that the European Union and United Nations have signed a contract for 6.5million Euros for Skills Development for Increased Employability Programme in Zambia.

This programme will better equip our institutions to train the youth to build our economy in specialised sectors like mining, agriculture and energy. “