RAWALPINDI: Minister of State for Climate Change Zartaj Gul stated on Wednesday that education and economic empowerment were the key to solving all of the difficulties that people were facing.

She was addressing during the Kamyab Jawan Program’s certificate giving and cheques distribution ceremony at the Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU), where she was the special guest.

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Usman Dar, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Youth Affairs, was the honored guest. Samia Hamid, FJWU Vice Chancellor, Nasir Khan, NAVTTC Executive Director, deans, heads of departments, senior officials from the Bank of Punjab, and First Women Bank were also in attendance.

Ms Gul stated that the government’s main youth employment scheme, the Kamyab Jawan Program, was launched following collaboration with international and national young specialists from the public and private sectors.

“This programme is built on the 3 Es concepts (Employment, Education and Engagement). “Youth is our national asset and a true change agent,” the state minister stated, emphasizing the significance of elevating women’s role in society and providing equal access to education and employment opportunities.

She claimed 100 trainees had enrolled at the university, 80 of whom had completed the final exam, and five of whom had already started their own firm.

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