SANAA, The Arab Board for Consulting, Training and Human Development organized continuation proceedings of the Ninth Arab International Conference on sustainable development goals under the slogan "With our hands we build the future".

More than 450 participants from various sectors of the State, the private sector and civil society organizations will participate in conference which continues three days.

At the conference three working session were discussed,where in the first working session, in the first paper was reviewed by submitted by the undersecretary of the Economic Studies and Forecasts Sector at the Ministry of Planning Dr. Adel Al-Hoshabi, the role of urban and community planning in consistent with sustainable development projects.

The second paper dealt with the role of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor in preparing civil society organizations presented by Dr. Nabil Taher Al-Suhaibi to keeping up with sustainable development by the method of linking training with the methodology and mechanism of preparing and training trainers and developing training competencies in Yemen.

The second working session headed by the Dean of the National Institute of Administrative Sciences Dr. Mohammed Al - Khalid which dealt with three papers, in the first paper mechanism for linking the security track to sustainable development .

While the second paper dealt with the role of the General Investment Authority introduction by Fawzi al- Hammadi in creating an investment environment.

The third paper introduction by the President of the Arab Board Dr. Ahmed Al-Badri is dealt with training methodology in the Arab Board and its compatibility with sustainable development.

Source: Yemen News Agency

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