Egyptian Ambassador to Malawi, Maher El-Adawy, has said his country will give more training opportunities for Malawians in a diverse of sectors in the North African State.
He said on Wednesday at his residence in Lilongwe when he officially handed over training scholarships to 21 individuals from a cross-section of professionals that the scholarships is one way of building human resource capacity to facilitate development in Malawi.
The current training programmes in part have been selected to develop capacity for public sector reform, concentrating on strategic planning and evaluation performance of government institutions as well as mechanisms to develop and implement strategies to combat corruption, said the Egyptian Ambassador.
The training areas included solar energy technology and energy efficiency, strategic planning and evaluation performance of government institutions as well as mechanisms to develop and implement strategies to combat corruption, medical coexistence, quality nursing care to prevent maternal and fetal death, mechatronics, dialysis and countering international crimes for female judges.
Egyptian Ambassador said this year the number of beneficiaries is expected to exceed last year’s 157.
“Last year, we gave training opportunities to 157 individuals and this year we have already given training opportunities to 81 people and I am sure that by the end of the year over 200 people will have benefited,” said El-Adawy.
He said “these training programs will have a positive impact for the development of Malawi”.
High Court of Malawi Judge Fiona Mwale, one of the beneficiarie who attended a training in countering international crimes for female judges, said the programme she will attend will improve her comprehension of new laws in the country with regard to combating international crimes in part.
Deputy Minister of Defense, Pastor Malason Ndau said Egypt is a friend indeed for Malawi, as it has been a great friend especially in providing training opportunities for Malawians.
Ndau also urged the awardees to take the trainings serious, and share the knowledge and use the knowledge in their day to day work.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :