USAID to Train Pakistan’s CNG Workers

    The U.S. Agency for International Development has forged agreements with a gas company and a nonprofit in Pakistan for the training of employees in the country’s compressed natural gas stations, Daily Times reports.

    Initiated under its Jobs Project, USAID inked the deal with Pakistan’s Society for Skills, Training and Development and gas company Yasin Akram Associates to enhance skills of Pakistan’s CNG workers and boost their income.

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