The Chargé d'Affairs of the Malaysian Embassy in Amman, Wan Faizatul Afzan Asmaitim, affirmed the Malaysian government's continuation of providing human capacity building programs and technical assistance to Jordan in the coming years and its commitment to continue exchanging experiences with the Jordanian side.
This came during a ceremony held by the embassy yesterday evening, Tuesday, in Amman, for the graduates of the Malaysian Technical Cooperation Program, which is implemented with Jordan and other countries.
She said that the program, which was established in 1980, contributed to the training of 482 participants from Jordan, pointing to the participation of 54 Jordanians this year in various training courses, most notably capacity building programs in the fields of maritime navigation, energy management, air navigation risk management, and good halal practices in the manufacture of health care products and management. rural and good governance.
She pointed out that the program focuses on human resource development by providing training in various fields that are necessary for the development of the country, such as public administration, agriculture, poverty alleviation, investment promotion, information and communication technology, banking services, and the English language.
"We plan to offer more training courses to Jordan in various sectors such as tourism, pharmaceuticals, agriculture, energy, food and beverage business, Islamic banking, textile industry, civil aviation management, tax and customs administration, economic planning, cybersecurity, microfinance and information technology," she said.
The graduates expressed their thanks and appreciation to the Malaysian government for organizing various training courses within the framework of the program, which contributed to learning and exchanging experiences with Malaysia and other countries, building capacity and transferring knowledge between countries, noting that these courses reflected positively on their work.