Overseas employment for Sri Lankan youth: The first phase of sending trained youth for overseas employment has begun.

Overseas employment for Sri Lankan youth: The first phase of sending trained youth for overseas employment has begun.

The first phase of sending 25,000 Sri Lankan youth from overseas trades abroad for employment has begun.

The first phase of sending 25,000 Sri Lankan youth from overseas trades for overseas employment begun yesterday.

The first phase of sending trained youth for overseas employment has begun

The first phase of sending 25,000 Sri Lankan youth from overseas trades for overseas employment began yesterday (15).

Accordingly, under the first phase, 200 people working in Romania have been given such an opportunity, said Tamitha Wickramasinghe, President of the National Youth Services Council.

 Under the first phase, 200 people working in Romania have been given such an opportunity, said Tamitha Wickramasinghe, chairwoman of the National Youth Services Council.

 In addition, it plans to send 2,000 to 2,500 people a month for overseas employment in the future.

Overseas employment for Sri Lankan youth: The first phase of sending trained youth for overseas employment has begun.

 Tamitha Wickremasinghe, president of the National Youth Services Council, added that sending a skilled worker overseas for employment could earn four times more foreign exchange by sending a skilled worker overseas than the foreign exchange available to the country.