Liberia, Saudi Arabia to Establish Joint TVET Commission

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Caption: The Commission if established will provide technical and infrastructural support in Technical Vocational Education Training (TVET) program, sports development, and youth empowerment.

The governments of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Liberia have revealed plans to launch a joint commission aimed at fostering youth and sports development.

According to a dispatch from Saudi Arabia, the Commission if established will provide technical and infrastructural support in Technical Vocational Education Training (TVET) program, sports development, and youth empowerment.

The establishment of the Joint TVET Commission is a result of calls from Liberia’s Youth and Sports Minister, D. Zeogar Wilson during a bilateral meeting with Saudi Deputy Sports Minister, Abdulelah Saad Aldalak in Riyadh on March 29, 2021.

Minister Wilson said the proposed joint commission is intended to provide quality and employable skills training for young people in both countries especially Liberia.

“It is our hope that as a result of this visit we can establish a joint commission through a Memorandum of Understanding to work on the technical details of assistance as we so desire,” Minister Wilson added.

He also used the occasion to thank the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the level of support over the years. The Youth and Sports Minister identified the national team invitation, roads, and the airport which was possible through the Saudi Development fund as initiatives worth commending.

“This is a further demonstration of the long-standing relationship between Saudi Arabia and the Republic of Liberia; it can be recalled 1936, Liberia was amongst many countries that recognize the Saudi Monarch,” Minister Wilson asserted.

Also speaking, Saudi Arabia Deputy Minister for Sports, Abdulelah Saad Aldalak welcomed the establishment of the Joint TVET Commission between both countries.

Deputy Minister Aldalak in a joyous mood said the Ministry will assign people to develop and draft policies that will give birth to the joint commission. He asserted that the Saudi Youth and Sports Ministry will work along with the Liberian Consular office to ensure that the document is developed to roll out a Joint TVET commission.

“I’m very happy and honour to cooperate and will assign some people from the Ministry to start to draft this agreement; whatever services both countries can give, we are happier to do it,” the Saudi Deputy Minister concluded.

Meanwhile, both officials exchanged gifts after the meeting where Minister Zeogar Wilson presented a number 14 Jersey signed by President Weah and the Liberian seal while the Saudi Deputy Minister, Abdulelah Saad Aldalak presented a box of Saudi artefacts.

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  1. Hearts off to the MYS family led by Hon. D- Zoe as we commonly refer to him. The effort is laudable and I want to urge the minister to make the difference. Don’t be remember for initiating the discussion alone but ensure you are recorded in history for effectuating the dream. This is only possible if you deliberately decide to refuse to do it the regular everyday way. The same old way of finding multiple excuses for not succeeding. The regular hobbit of seeing obstacles and not opportunities. I believe you can make the difference. The fact that you have conceived the thought, you can sure harness those thoughts to reality. Our young people deserve much more and they do look up to us set the pace and explore avenues for them. They have the God given talents and potential but we need to help them discover their full potential.

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