Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Youth Affairs Muhammad Usman Dar held a meeting with ILO's Country Director for Pakistan, Ingrid Christensen in Islamabad on Monday and discussed to explore possible avenues of mutual cooperation for the launch of National Job Programme.
During the meeting, Usman Dar said it is a revolutionary initiative of the Government for connecting job seekers with job providers through an online portal for an easy and transparent access to job market for youth.
He explained, "National Job Programme would play a pivotal role in the creation of 10 Million jobs, committed by the PTI Government, by linking the demand and supply sides not only in the national but also in the international job market".
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Youth Affairs appreciated the role of ILO in facilitating both employers and employees for the creation of sustainable jobs in the country.
He expressed his desire to benefit from ILO's expertise in the field for making National Job Programme a great success.