On 25th Oct, The event inaugurated with the presence of Mr. Khair Mohammad Niro deputy of MoLSAMD, Mr. Bashir Ahmad Tawhidi deputy of Balkh Governor, Mr. Manzoor Khaliq director of ILO in Afghanistan, Mr. Ismail Ghazanfar deputy of ACCI, Mr. Arash Younosi Chairman of BCCI, Mr. Julius Mutio director of Road to Jobs project in Balkh & Samangan, Government officials, Board members of BCCI, businessmen & artificers in Kefayat hotel of Mazar-i-sharif.
At the begining Mr. Julius Mutio introduced the agenda of the event and said our goal is creation of employment and job opportunities, till now this project trained 4000 professional women and created employment for other 5000.
Then, Mr. Manzoor Khaliq mentioned about the good environment & security of Balkh province and added that this event & exhibition is to evaluate about the achievements of ILO in Balkh & Samangan provinces.
Later, Mr. Bashir Ahmad Tawhidi gestured about the work of ILO in Balkh province and said it is noticeable that ILO is doing a great job in here and today we are witnessing one of the biggest event & exhibition, despite supporting this event we are hoping to have more projects like this in upcoming years.
Afterwards, Mr. Ismail Ghazanfar after welcoming the guests and participants, showed gratitude towards Balkh governor for his hardwork and great leadership.
BCCI is alaways in search to develop and empower the private sector, and to provide job opportunities for society specially for the youths.
Subsequently, Khair Mohammad Niro appreciated the good security and environment of Balkh province and added that work can be done in a secure & healthy environment and Balkh is a favourable province for business & industrial activities.
In last, Mr. Arash Younosi spoke about the effectiveness of the event & exhibition as well work opportunities in Balkh province.
at the end the gate of the exhibition opened by cutting the ribbon by respectative above officials, as well they visited from 47 booths which was including women handicrafts and the exhibition continued for two days.