Ekiti launches data matching project for employment — Nigeria — Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

Ekiti launches data matching project for employment — Nigeria — Headline News – Nigeria and World News


The Ministry of Wealth Creation and Employment of the Ekiti State Government has announced the commencement of a data collation project aimed at boosting employment.

The Ministry of Wealth Creation and Employment said in a statement on Wednesday that the initiative aims to map all artisans and unemployed active citizens in the state.

The government says the initiative is to plan, make informed decisions, address business challenges and devise strategic solutions to combat the region's widespread unemployment problem. said.

“Target participants for this exercise include the unemployed, women and men in the market, organized private sector, community development leaders, artisans, people in the informal sector, people with disabilities, and those aged 18 to 50. includes all individuals up to and including,” the ministry read.

The data matching project is scheduled to begin on April 22, 2024 and will continue indefinitely with a dual registration process available to all potential beneficiaries.

Interested parties can register directly through dedicated counter staff located in 16 traditional local government offices and 19 Local Council Development Areas (LCDAs), or register online through the official media platforms of the Ministry of Wealth Creation and Employment. You can do it.

“By actively participating in this effort, the people of Ekiti State can contribute to the development of effective strategies and interventions that pave the way for a more prosperous and inclusive economy,” the ministry said.

“For more information and updates on the DATA COLLATION project, please visit the official channels of the Ministry of Wealth Creation and Employment. Email: [email protected] and call: +2349153332222 (SMS and WhatsApp messages only).

Source: guardian.ng

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