The Council of Ministers regulates the ifcs on return from a periodic demographic window

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The Council of Ministers regulates the ifcs on return from a periodic demographic window

The cabinet in cooperation with the ministry of social security, social development and ifcs Wednesday 12 February 2018 on the return of the demographic window under the slogan (The population opportunity is to achieve development ) in the presence of a number of ministers and others concerned will, and experts and interested parties.

He addressed the minister in the presidency of the Council of Ministers, Professor Ahmed Saad Omar at the opening session of the forum, explaining that the forum aims to promote the concept of early planning to take advantage of the opportunities of the population in the elaboration of development plans, confirming the commitment of the Ministry of the presidency of the Council of Ministers to follow-up and implementation of the recommendations of the forum.
The Minister of Social Development,Mashaer ALdawalb , the importance of demographic indicators in the country's development planning, and praising the role of the National Population Council in promoting and strengthening the efforts toward sustainable development and attention to migration issues, explaining that the goals of development are an important focus of the strategic plan of the state, calling for the need for concerted efforts among relevant institutions to prepare plans and programs to accommodate young people as an opportunity to contribute to the payment of demographic development prospects in the country.

On his part, the Minister of Youth and Sports, Dr. Abdul Karim Moussa, the foundations of the Demographic Dividend in the education, health and employment, noting that his ministry put forward the concept of the economics of youth and the belief to increase production and productivity, and revealed its sovereignty on the efforts of his ministry in the implementation of the youth employment projects through the production network for youth.