World Bulletin/News Desk
Turkey's International Cooperation and Development Agency (TIKA) would provide training for Mauritania's experts on the struggle with child labour and illicit work.
Within the scope of head of Mauritania's modernization of utilities and administration Maty Mint Hamady's request, an education programme would be organized between 3-7 June 2013 for experts of Mauritania's modernization of utilities and administration by Turkish Ministry of Labor and Social Security with TIKA's support in coordination and finance, TIKA officials told Turkish press.
The programme would include the healing of labor areas in energy and mining sector, inspection of labor in primary areas of work, new policies for labor inspection, regulations and practise of labor, the struggle against illicit employment and child labor, the protection of women workers and statistics of labor inspection.
Hamady will visit Turkey in June in line with the programme, which is expected to develop relations.
The head of Mauritania's modernization of utilities and administration, Maty Mint Hamady, requested training from experts and medium level officials during an official meeting with Turkey's Ambassador to Mauritania Musa Kulaklikaya. He requested a training programme from the Turkish public service directors for Mauritanian experts to be held in Turkey.Güncelleme Tarihi: 29 Mayıs 2013, 12:35