The Ministry of State for Youth Affairs seeks to enhance abilities of the Kuwaiti students posed to study abroad, the ministry's Assistant Undersecretary for development Abdulrahman Al-Mutairi said on Monday.
The Ministry has offered all forms of support to projects that seek to realize youth expectations, Al-Mutairi told a press conference at the launch ceremony of the "Best Ambassador" initiative, in cooperation with the National Anti Drugs Media Project (Ghiras).
The cooperation between the Ministry and Ghiras offers evidence of collaboration among the state institutions to care for youth in all fields, Al-Mutairi said.
For his part, Ghiras Executive Director Ahmad Al-Shatti said the "Best Ambassador" project aims at qualifying Kuwaiti youth who will study abroad, providing them with basic information and skills, and educating them on organizing priorities and the potential difficulties they could meet overseas. One the chief aim of the project is to educate the students on the dangers of drug taking and addiction, Al-Shatti added.
The project comprises a plan to arm students with education, knowledge and positive behavior through training courses and workshops that qualify them to live as expatriates, he noted.
The "Best Ambassador" is a voluntary project concerned with the Kuwaiti students who are to study abroad, launched by Ghiras and sponsored by the Ministry of State for Youth Affairs, the Ministry of Higher Education, Kuwait Airlines, the National Bank of Kuwait and the Kuwait Aviation Fuelling Company (KAFCO), Director of Ghiras Student Project, Dr. Ammar Al-Hussaini said.