Islamabad: According to press reports, Japan’s ambassador to Pakistan, Matsuda Kuninori, announced on Wednesday (August 4) that Japan will offer 70 training programmes for Pakistani people in various sectors. The number of participants and the length of the course will be determined by the course type, and the courses will be provided on a yearly basis.

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The programmes will be organised by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), with help from Japanese ministries, municipalities, universities, and other relevant organisations. The training will be performed online, according to sources, owing to the limitations in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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Education, health, water resources, the environment, and human development, industrial requirements, agriculture, energy, transportation, and information and communication technology (ICT), governance, catastrophe risk reduction, and gender development will all be covered. The programme began in 1957, and since then, 6,000 people have been trained in various vocations.

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