Works Minister receives successful PM Fellowship Programme candidates

Works, Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning, Essam bin Abdulla Khalaf, received the Ministry’s employees who succeeded in the Prime Minister Fellowship Programme, including Salman Hassan Al-Saati, Sawsan Ammar Mandeel and Mohammed Khalid Noor, in the presence of the Works Affairs Undersecretary, Ahmed Abdulaziz Al-Khayyat.

The minister welcomed the successful candidates of the 7th intake of the Prime Minister Fellowship Programme, who were selected following a rigorous evaluation process in order to achieve the vision and goals of the programme, praising the vision of His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the Crown Prince and Prime Minister, through launching the distinguished programme to bolster the skillset of young government professionals and prepare the leaders of the future so as to contribute to developing the government performance and the delivery of outstanding high-quality services.

Khalaf wished the employees every success during their participation in the programme at the Prime Minister’s Office, so as to return and enrich the Works Ministry’s work with the experience and skills they will have acquired.

He asserted that the PM Fellowship Programme has proven, over the past years, its success in preparing qualified government competencies, and providing government institutions with the best practices to develop performance and work, noting that it provides public sector employees with an opportunity to develop their skills and capabilities.

The successful candidates expressed their thanks and appreciation to the Works Minister for his unwavering support for the Ministry’s staff, affirming their keenness to benefit from the Programme to develop the Ministry’s work after their return.

The PM Fellowship is an ambitious year-long programme that refines and cultivates the skills and abilities of young Bahraini leaders working in the public sector, enabling them to assist in the Kingdom’s ongoing comprehensive development.

Source: Bahrain News Agency