Electricity and Water Affairs Minister, Wael bin Nasser Al-Mubarak, said Bahraini youth’s involvement in managing the national projects and attaining civilisational achievements at all levels reflects the vision of the government, led by His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the Crown Prince and Prime Minister, on enabling youth leaders to play their role in achieving the kingdom’s aspirations, and contribute to its sustainable development process.
Al-Mubarak made the statements while meeting remotely with the affiliates of the third intake of the ‘Hipo Youth’ advanced leadership programme, held between August 1 and September 8, and organised by the Bahrain Institute of Public Administration (BIPA) and the Youth and Sports Affairs Ministry, in cooperation with INJAZ Bahrain, JAFCON and the Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance (BIBF).
The minister said that the success of the service government institutions depends on the new and creative ideas of youth leaders to upgrade government work and improve the quality of services delivered to the citizens.
He asserted that the Electricity and Water Affairs Ministry gives top priority to empowering its youth competencies and enhancing their administrative skills, noting that the Ministry’s efforts to promote the innovation and creativity culture, especially among youth competencies, has paid off, as it contributed to maintaining the efficiency of the services and increasing production.
BIPA Director-General, Dr. Raed Mohammed bin Shams, praised the administrative and leadership experience of Engineer Wael bin Nasser Al-Mubarak, stressing the importance of transferring his expertise to the young generation who will lead the nation-building and development process in the coming period.
He added that the “HIPO Youth” programme will continue its role in linking national young competencies with distinguished government leaders in order to develop their knowledge skills and scientific methods to help them launch projects that will bring about more achievements to the public and private sectors.
Source: Bahrain News Agency