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Hotels take up Unicef training

Companies flock to help needy youths learn new skills

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  • Writer: Sirinya Wattanasukchai and Andy Brown
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The Youth Career Development Programme (YCDP) has been built on the philosophy of forging partnerships to achieve self-reliance for the needy. 

Unicef initially sponsored the programme in partnership with the Pan Pacific Hotel in 1995.

At the start, Unicef funded the YCDP which has over the years been joined by more hotels eager to find apprentices from underprivileged youngsters in rural areas.

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