Vocational training

Cambodia and Nigeria exchange experiences on employment and vocational training

Cambodian and Nigerian representatives have agreed to exchange visits in the area of ​​employment and vocational training for ministers and technical officials.

The agreement was reached during a working meeting between Ith Samheng, Minister of Labor and Vocational Training, and Folakemi I. Akinleye, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to Cambodia, at the Ministry of Labor yesterday morning.

During the meeting, the two sides expressed their satisfaction and commitment to strengthening bilateral cooperation and appreciated the past relationship. They agreed to visit each other to exchange their experiences in the field of employment and vocational training at both the ministerial and technical level in the future.

Minister Samheng said he was happy to meet the Ambassador to discuss employment and vocational training between the two countries.

Ambassador Akinleye stressed that she would like to fulfill her mission as Ambassador to Cambodia in order to strengthen cooperation and friendship. She also noted the presence of many high-rise buildings in Phnom Penh, an indicator that Cambodia’s economic activity is growing.

Cambodia has implemented a policy to link international trade to working conditions through the ILO-BFC project, the Appropriate Workplace in Cambodia programme, the social program and labor standards in the garment and textile sector. textiles in Asia, and the Global Deal Initiative.