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Korea conducted a survey of the labor market to support Iraq's five million dollars

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Korea conducted a survey of the labor market to support Iraq's five million dollars




November 21, 2015 0

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It launches the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), scans the basis of an agreement with the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs of the Iraqi labor market, so as to rehabilitate the Iraqi Center for Korean support across five million dollars.

According to a ministry statement, seen by the agency, "our economy" news that "a survey of the labor market comes under the second phase of a project to the stage of rehabilitation Korean Iraqi center, which is funded by the Korean Agency", adding that "the ministry is seeking to match the labor market requirements with training outputs at the training center Korean Iraqi. "

"The ministry has formed five teams in cooperation with the Korean Agency distributed among the regions of Baghdad, for the purpose of meeting with employers and fill out the questionnaire about the labor market, which has been prepared by Korean experts," pointing out that "the scanning process ends on 11.30.2015 this month to take over the side Korean analyze information and view the survey results. "

The statement said that "the ministry is working in cooperation with KOICA on the completion of the second phase of support center Korean Alaraca- a grant of five million dollars under the agreement between the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs and KOICA," noting that "the duration of the project is 48 months."

It pointed out that "the Korean International Cooperation Agency KOICA is one of the first agencies that took the initiative to provide support to the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs after 2003 through the establishment of the Korean Iraqi center, which was carried out in 2006-2007 with a budget of ten million dollars, as well as outsourcing and support vocational training in all fields as well as the coordination of the training and development of training capacities of the angels. "

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