INDEVCO and Cortbawi Institute sign a protocol of vocational and technical support

Frem: An opportunity for the rise of productive economy in a time of collapse


Within the framework of the constant cooperation between INDEVCO Industrial Group and the Cortbawi Institute, INDEVCO’s CEO, resigned MP Neemat Frem, signed a protocol of vocational and technical support with the educational institution, in the presence of the Mother Superior Souhayla Naddaf, the vice president of Phoenix company (part of INDEVCO) Rabih Osta, and Father Charbel Salameh 

The protocol consists of supporting the Cortbawi Institute’s 70 students in vocational and technical specializations, with INDEVCO paying 75% of their education fees, in addition to providing them with a training program in the departments of Phoenix Company. Students will then obtain a training certificate coupled with an assessment of practical performance, along with the possibility of finding a job in the company.

In his word, the resigned MP explained that "this step represents a glimpse of hope in these difficult days.”

“In a time of great collapse and greater pain, instead of surrendering to despair, we must turn all of this suffering into an opportunity for the advancement of industrial and agricultural sectors in Lebanon. We need to give competitiveness and wheel of productive economy a new lease of life. This way, we will be in front of an essential step to build the future of the next generations and of the new economy of Lebanon on solid foundations,” he concluded.


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