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IESCO Launched the International Youth Vocational Training Plan

      Maintaining ecological safety, tackling climate change, preventing disasters and reducing disasters and the ecological recovery represent the very basis of IESCO‘s mission. In particular, poverty alleviation, disaster prevention and youth employment problem are considered as the top priority of IESCO. In other to further these ends, IESCO has encouraged cooperation among political parties, congresses, governments, research departments and think tanks. IESCO also has held international meetings, launched scientific researches and cooperation programs, and disseminated information through the media since its establishment in 2006. IESCO helps developing countries and the least developed countries to modernize their agricultural practices by utilizing their local resources and empty and abandoned lands. We also use the JUNCAO technology, a mushroom growing technology, to help alleviate poverty and provide valuable job opportunities for youth in developing countries.
      The International Youth Vocational Training Plan is made possible through a partnership between the UN- Habitat and IESCO.
      Dr. Jiang Mingjun, the Director General of IESCO, announced in the 6th World Urban Forum and the World Youth Assembly that poverty alleviation and youth unemployment will be prioritized in the training program, and that IESCO aims to provide 60 thousand jobs to the youth in the coming 5 years. Dr. Mingjun also announced the following six points:
      1. IESCO will continue to cooperate with UN-Habitat, and will work together to implement the ecological monitoring program. Also, IESCO will establish six youth vocational training bases in Tanzania, Kenya, Cambodia, Canada, Thailand and China respectively. We are also planning to train 6000 experts who specialize in the green economy and ecological agriculture for developing and the least developed countries.
      2. IESCO will also provide job opportunities for 70 thousand young people by fostering the green economic sector.
      3. The organization also plans to promote the urban green economy and establish the new rural villages, in particular IESCO looks forward to building two ecological rural villages in Africa. In undertaking these and related projects, we aim to development the green and ecological economies in order to achieve economic, ecological and social sustainability.
      4. IESCO plans to cooperate with the UN General Assembly to hold the “Ecological Safety: Empowering women and the youth by creating green job opportunities” conference in the UN headquarters in New York during the first quarter of 2013. 
      5. IESCO will continue to encourage young university graduates to work in rural areas and help youth create green job opportunities in order to develop rural economies.
      6. IESCO will also continue to conduct research on ecological safety, youth employment, and sustainable development. The organization also plans to continue regularly publishing the UNITY Magazine and the Youth Employment Report. Youth employment information will also be published.







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