Youth authority plays key role
An official of the Public Authority for Youth (PAY) yesterday stressed its significant role in empowering, sharpening skills of the youth and making their time useful for themselves and the Kuwaiti community.
Faisal Al-Dwaihees, PAY’s secretary, disclosed at a news conference that the authority planned a variety of activities, addressed to young male and female citizens. The planned 150 sports, cultural, religious, promotional, social, artistic and theatrical programs will be held at PAY’s youth centers during the first three months of next year. Night-time activities will be free of charge.
The activities, due to be held in all of the country’s governorates, will involve the Ministry of Interior, the Ministry of State for Youth Affairs, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, the Ministry of Information, the Public Authority for Sports (PAS) and the National Council for Culture, Arts and Letters (NCCAL).
Dia Al-Bahr, in charge of development and training at the NCCAL, said the council would take part in the activities with seminars, poetic soirÈes, workshops and training courses. One of the workshops will address national unity among the youngsters. Meanwhile, Hanan Al-Zayed, in charge of tourism in the Ministry of Information, said the department would hold an educational course for promoting internal tourism.— KUNA
KUWAIT: Faisal Al-Dwaihees, PAY’s secretary (center) attends the news conference. —KUNA