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Trainees Of 7th Round Of Vocational, Professional Center Receive Certificates

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Monday, December 26, 2011
Kabul (BNA) Graduates from the seventh round of Afghan-Korea Vocational center received certificates on Sunday.
Nearly 340 students have completed the seventh period at Afghan-Korea vocational center and received various vocational and professional courses as computer, English language, tailoring, car and electricity repairing and construction programs.
In a graduation ceremony which was held at the center Amena Afzali, Afghan minister of labor, socials affairs, martyrs and disabled said, one of goals of Afghan ministry of labor, social affairs, martyrs and disabled is to reduce unemployment and train Afghans in various vocational sections adding with cooperation of Korea, Japan and donor organizations, the ministry has launched vocational and professional learning centers in capital and provinces of the country.
Korean ambassador to Kabul also spoke in the ceremony and said “Korea has cooperated with Afghanistan since 2002 in various fields as education, health, rural development and human sources, adding our priorities are to assist to vocational and professional centers in Afghanistan.”
At the end of the ceremony, graduation certificates were distributed to graduates by the Afghan minister and Korean ambassador.

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