February, 23, 2024

Prime Minister’s Assistant Boosts Saudi Workforce Ties

Infostani Sources- Jawad Sohrab Malik, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister for Overseas Pakistan and Human Resource Development. Actively engaged in meetings with the Chairman of Rashid Group and CEOs of Saudi Company Tamkin HR. As well as Technical Endowment Training Corporation during his visit to Saudi Arabia.

In addition, he toured various Saudi companies. Malik actively urged Saudi companies to expand employment opportunities for Pakistani workers. Emphasizing that Pakistan is actively equipping its workforce with the necessary skills and knowledge. According to the Ministry of Planning’s press release, Jawad Sohrab Malik personally met Chairman Rashid Saad Al Rasheed. At the company headquarters of Al Rasheed Group in Saudi Arabia. With the presence of Pakistani Ambassador Ahmed Farooq, DGBEOA, and other officials.

Prime Minister’s Assistant Boosts Pak-Saudi Workforce Partnership: Enhancing Employment and Addressing Challenges

Prime Minister's Assistant Boosts Saudi Workforce Ties

Malik specifically requested the Al-Rashid group to consider hiring more Pakistani workers for their projects, and both Pakistan and Al-Rashid Group mutually agreed to enhance cooperation to facilitate greater employment for the Pakistani workforce. Furthermore, the Special Assistant to the Prime Minister visited the Saudi company Tamkin HR, where CEO Tamkin Faris Alhanki, in a briefing, highlighted the significant demand for manpower in the healthcare sector, especially for paramedical staff.

Tamkeen expressed its readiness for full cooperation to boost the influx of manpower from Pakistan. To address the challenges faced by Saudi recruitment companies, the Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis has established a new Saudi desk. The Pakistani delegation, under the leadership of the Special Assistant to the Prime Minister, also visited the Saudi Technical and Vocational Training Corporation.

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