New training programme for young people announced hinh anh 1Rana Flowers (L) and SAP Vietnam Managing Director Josephin Galla (Photo: UNICEF)
Hanoi (VNA) –The SAP, one of the largest European software companies, and the United Nation Children’s Fund (UNICEF) have announced a new cooperation programme on training life and digital skills for young people in poor Vietnamese regions.


The fund said on October 1 that the course will benefit 11,000 students in high schools and vocational training schools during the first year, focusing on female students, including ethnic minorities and disabled ones.

Rana Flowers from the UNICEF expressed her delight at cooperating with the SAP to tap the ability of young people, helping them contribute to socio-economic development.

SAP Vietnam Managing Director Josephin Galla vowed to enhance coordination with Government agencies and build the best curricula for workforce in the future.

The programme is part of the Generation Unlimited campaign, which is a global partnership launched a year ago to prepare young people to become productive and engaged citizens.  It connects education and training to employment and entrepreneurship, empowering every young person to thrive in the world of work./.