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30 Papuans Participate in Construction Foreman Training

Naftali Yogi, Head of Public Welfare - Jubi

Naftali Yogi, Head of Public Welfare - Jubi

Naftali Yogi, Head of Public Welfare - Jubi

Naftali Yogi, Head of Public Welfare – Jubi

Jayapura, Jubi – A training program for construction foremen began at the Central Office of Construction Training Region VII in Kotaraja, Jayapura, on Monday (6/7/2015).

The program, organized by the Bureau of Public Welfare and Society, the Department of Education and Culture and Construction Development Center Region VII Jayapura, is intended to improve the skills of native Papuans .
“This training aims to empower native Papuans and as many as 30 people recruited to participate in this training that will take place over the next two weeks, “Naftali Yogi, Head of Public Welfare said in Jayapura, Monday (6/7/2015).

He hoped through this training the participants will have the capacity to compete with human resources from outside Papua, in the face of the Asian Economic Community (AEC) especially in the field of construction.

Meanwhile, Rosina Upessy, Assistant Public Affairs III of Papua Province also hoped that after training, the participants will be the construction foreman reliable and able to compete in the construction field.
“We expect that they are really equipped when working in the construction field,” Upessy said in Jayapura on Monday (6/7/2015). (Munir/Tina)

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