The Manpower and Government Restructuring Program (MGRP) and the State's Executive Apparatus asserted Wednesday keenness to remove obstacles and ease restrictions for all Kuwaiti youth, encourage small projects and support national workforce in general.
The MGRP is keen on providing all of its capabilities for the youth to boost national workforce and guide them for working in the non-government sector, MGRP's Small projects Supervisor for Supporting Initiators, Najah Abdullah, said on Wednesday.
Abdullah added the MGRP will kick off a festival, dubbed 'Kuwaiti Bazar Marketing' on Thursday, in Souq Sharq, which will last for three days, with the aim of helping youth and small projects' owners promote their products. With this activity, they will be given the chance to contribute to national work and improve social and economic development.
The official noted that the festival's activities will not only occur in the upcoming three days, but will be held in three periods in the next three months. The bazar will help expand the country's national economy base and increase national workforce in the private sector, Abdullah added. Abdullah also called on small projects' initiators to register their ventures in the MGRP main office in Al-Reqie district.