In a ceremony in Jawzjan, The Deputy of Youth in the Ministry of Information and Culture said that 108 young people graduated from a training course, and that there are currently three million educated young people in the country, and one and a half million of them are unemployed
According to Deputy Minister Mohammad Yunus Rashed, ten thousand positions are vacant in the country every year, which is very small compared to the unemployment rate.
"In Afghanistan, we have nearly 3 million educated youth, half of whom are unemployed. If we dismiss the current officers from their duties and appoint other youths in their place, this is not fair either," said Mohammad Yunus Rashed.
Mohammad Yunus Rashid also said that these young people will be professionally trained in the online business sector.
Meanwhile, local officials of Jawzjan asked the youth to try to learn modern education and contribute to the progress of the country.
"We need teenagers to learn, in the fields of electrical and construction engineering, Whatever kind of science that the people need," said Gul Haidar Shafiq, Jawzjan governor.
In the ceremony, some young people demanded the current government creates work and educational fields in the country.
"Young people who can afford such programs or courses, which have a fee of five hundred Afghani, should pay for them," said Abdul Nafi, a student.
"Such programs launched by the information and culture ministry have been very useful and dozens of young people have graduated from them," said Ishaq, a student.
The Deputy Minister of Youth of the Ministry of Information and Culture reported that three million dollars will be spent in 18 centers for the development of the youths' skills in online business, computers, and English language training in Samangan, Balkh, Jawzjan, and Faryab provinces.