Kg Sg Bunga signs MoU to help develop youth
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN
THE secretary of the Kg Sg Bunga Village Consultative Council hopes that the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) can help improve and prepare their youth for the future.
Kg Sg Bunga Village Consultative Council signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with A&A Management and Training Services last week.
Zaini Hj Salleh said that the MoU will be effective for two years and A&A Management and Training Services will conduct research on programmes that are beneficial to their youth.
“Once suitable programmes are set up, we hope the (programmes) will equip our youth with skills and knowledge for their future,” said the secretary.
The MoU will outline comprehensive programmes to complement existing programmes run by the council.
Twenty-five youth recently attended the council’s first Islamic calligraphy workshop aimed at showcasing the uniqueness of Islamic calligraphy which is an important element of Islamic art that needs to be preserved.
The MoU is a symbol of strong support for the youth to not only be active at the village level but also outside of the community, said Zaini.
Their youth are also helping to man their new shop located at level 1, the Souq of the Airport Mall, he added.
The shop, launched last week, offers many of the village’s products such as a variety of biscuits and dried seafood crackers.
Head of Kg Sg Matan Pg Hj Abdul Rahman Pg Hj Zainal, who is also in charge of Kg Sg Bunga, signed the MoU on behalf of the Kg Sg Bunga Village Consultative Council.
A&A management and Training Services was represented by its manager, Major (Rtd) Hjh Sopiah Hj Husaini.
The Brunei TImes