UAE Announces $200 Million Grant for Kamyab Jawan Program
According to media reports, the UAE government made a big offer to the Government of Pakistan to support the Kamyab Jawan program. The UAE Ambassador called on Special Assistant to the Prime Minister, Usman Dar, and announced to give $200 million to Pakistani youth.
The money was promised during a recent visit by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan of Abu Dhabi. Speaking at the meeting with the UAE Ambassador, Usman Dar said that Pakistani youth has seen immense talent and potential. Steps are being launched soon.
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The UAE ambassador also announced the launch of a youth exchange program with Pakistan and agreed to send a delegation of Pakistani youth to the United Arab Emirates. The Ambassador said that Pakistani youth will be taught the skills of artificial intelligence including entrepreneurship. At the same time, the United Arab Emirates offered to make Pakistani youth a partner in Dubai Expo 2020.
It was decided in the meeting that Dubai Expo will be given special pavilion to Pakistani youths in 2020, providing excellent opportunities for skilled youths in the future.
Assistant Special Usman Dar welcomed the offer of co-operation in the Kamyab Jawan program and said that according to the Prime Minister’s vision, the youth class is to be raised, for the first time in the country’s history, huge investments are being made on youth.