His Royal Highness Prince Mishaal bin Majid bin Abdulaziz, Governor of Jeddah – yesterday witnessed the signing of a number of strategic cooperation agreements in support of the role of the training program for localization of jobs in Jeddah Governorate, in its third phase “Enabling Digital Trade”. His Highness affirmed that such agreements support the Emiratisation program for the benefit of the young men and women of this country, training and qualifying them for the labor market, stressing that the aim of the program is continuity to achieve its goals of training and qualifying young men and women and providing them with the necessary expertise, praising the positivity of Jeddah University and its interaction with this project through its academic staff. . His Highness indicated that the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 sets among its goals the localization of jobs and that priority is given to filling them with the people of the homeland, stressing the endeavor to qualify them for the labor market and cooperation with the private sector in this regard through the Jeddah Chamber to reach greater career success.
Prince Mishaal bin Majed valued the signing of four agreements for the program, one of which is with the Social Development Bank, which on its part will provide financing and non-financial services and solutions, including financing support for pilot projects for graduates of the “Tawteen 3” program and providing a package of non-financial services, specifically in the fields of training and consulting. He also noted the signing of agreements for the program with each of Bab Rizq Jameel, business clinics, and the Investment and Sustainable Development Fund at the University of Jeddah that will, on its part, contribute to identifying opportunities for entrepreneurship, studying appropriate programs for those enrolled in the program, supporting entrepreneurial projects through business incubators, and participating in the formed committees You select entrepreneurial projects. The program was launched by His Highness the Governor of Jeddah on 29 Shaaban 1439 AH, as the first integrated project to qualify and train young men and women and secure many job opportunities for them in the private sector and in a number of fields, in cooperation with the University of Jeddah as a primary executive partner, and each of the Ministry of Human Resources and Development Social Development Fund (HRDF), and Jeddah Chamber.