Updated on : 13-02-2018
The government will take a mega project for accelerating the contribution of informal industries, like decent work, in the country's national economy.
"Every year, about 20 lakh youths join in the job market. Bangladesh can create job opportunities for them through public-private initiatives," said Industries Secretary Muhammad Abdullah, speaking as chief guest at a workshop in the city.
The workshop on "Informal Economy of Bangladesh: Consolidate Dynamisms and Role of ISISC" was held at the city hotel, said a press release.
International Labour Organisation (ILO) and Informal Sector Industry Skills Council (NSDC) organised the workshop to develop skills in the informal sector at the national level.
Among others, NSDC Chairman Mirza Nurul Gani Shovon, and ILO Programme Officer Tanjim Ahsan were present at the meeting.
The meeting was informed, under the project, the government will identify the problems of the informal industries and take steps for removing those.
(Courtesy: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha )
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