National Youth Training Hubs
WTIA Consortium met with Dr. Yves Bunkulu, The Minister of Youth & New Citizenship in Kinshasa to provide state-of-the-art Korean internet technology
KINSHASA, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO, July 2, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — WTIA Group, represented by its Chairman Keun-Young Kim, at the head of a delegation of South Korean Entrepreneurs in Kinshasa, was received this Thursday, July 1, 2021 by the Minister of Youth, Dr. Yves Bunkulu Zola. At the center of the discussions: major investment projects, in particular, the creation of training centers managed by the Ministry of Youth.
In this digital age, the access to high-speed internet is of vital importance for the success of any technology implementation and adaptation said Chairman Keun-Young Kim. WTIA commits itself to enable the same for the people of DR Congo
Dr. Bunkulu was in agreement that such technology will be very useful for the Youth and People of Democratic Republic of The Congo and requested his Ministry to take further action to proceed for implementation stage.
Both sides recalled that an agreement has already been concluded between the DR. Congo, WTIA from South Korea and Singapore, in 2019, with a view to promoting areas of support for vocational training and agricultural production centers falling within the competence of said portfolio, its digitization and related services at the scale on the one hand, as well as support for youth entrepreneurship, on the other.
The vision of the national youth policy in DR Congo (2009) is to develop patriotic, responsible, competitive and educated youth citizens. The policy covers fifteen domains, including education, HIV/AIDS, employment, sports, rural development and gender. The policy emphasises its transversal and decentralised framework, where the responsibility for its implementation lies with various ministries (ex. education, social protection) but is coordinated by the Ministry of Youth and Sports. The stakeholders of the policy include an inter-ministerial steering committee, which is a high-level political structure responsible for monitoring & evaluation, and a technical committee made up of representatives from ministries, development partners and NGOs that are involved in operations and service-delivery to youth.
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Excerpts from the Meeting in Kinshasa with Minister Dr. Yves Bunkulu Zola and WTIA Consortium