His Excellency, Dr. Raed Mohammed Bin Shams the Director General of Bahrain Institute for Public Administration (BIPA) stated that the Royal vision of His Majesty King Hamad Bin Isa Al Khalifa, the ruler of the country, May Allah protect him, aimed at the national aspirations, and the continuous efforts of His Royal Highness Prince Salman Bin Hamad Al Khalifa the crown prince and Prime Minister for the progress of all vital sectors, and the continued process of development and endeavors aimed at developing the youth sector by His Highness Shaikh Nasser Bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the representative of His Majesty for Humanitarian work and Youth affairs, obligate us today to integrate national efforts between the public and private sector system and civil society establishments to develop local youth cadres and enable them to achieve national sustainability in all fields.
His Statement came on the occasion of his reception of the participants in the first edition of the national program Lamea, launched by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports in collaboration with the Bahrain Institute for Public Administration (BIPA) and the National Bank of Bahrain (NBB).
Dr. Bin Shams explained that the national program Lamea is a brilliant national strategic path that has been drawn based on local national needs and development requirements, to make Young Bahrainis the first choice in the labor market, and a key pillar to improve all vital sectors in order to increase the quality of the services provided and achieve the aspirations of the citizens.
He pointed out that the program was designed based on a number of local studies and best scientific methodologies, to convert the outputs provided by the participants into realistic initiatives that can be applied and connect with the realities of work in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
Dr. Bin Shams pointed out that the outputs presented by the participants in the first version of the national program Lamea, indicated that we today have Bahraini competencies capable of making administrative policies and coming up with projects that promote the public and private sectors, and give effective solutions to the challenges of work and the requirements of the future phase, He added, that all the outputs presented by the participants will be executed as new projects and used to come up with future studies to anticipate the needs of the future phase.
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