AMMAN — The Crown Prince Foundation and the Jordan Post Company (JPC) have signed a memorandum of understanding meant to initiate a training programme to enhance the skills and competencies of youth and increase their competitiveness in the job market.

Under the memo, a specialised training initiative will benefit 300 young people from different governorates through offering them practical training in e-commerce.

Tamam Mango, CEO of the Crown Prince Foundation, who signed the memo with Hanadi Al Tayyeb, JPC Acting Director, highlighted the importance of e-commerce as a sector that is in line with the needs of the labour market, expressing hope that this initial phase will pave the way for a broader empowerment initiative benefiting a larger number of young people, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.

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