NYSC recognized for it’s contribution

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In conjunction with the World Youth Day on 15 August 2022 the Information and Communication Technology Agency of Sri Lanka (ICTA), together with the National Youth Service Council (NYSC) conducted a conference on ‘How to face current challenges through a digital economy’ at the Maharagama Youth Centre recently. 

Subsequent to the conference, volunteer members of the National Youth Services Council were recognised for their valuable contribution to implementing the National Fuel Pass across the island. Over 5,000 youth volunteer members were actively involved in implementing the initiative at a grass root level.

Dr. Amal Harsha de Silva, Secretary of the Ministry of Youth and Sports Affairs, Mr.Jayantha de Silva, Chairman of the Information and Communication Technology Agency, United Nations  Population Fund (UNFPA) Representative for Sri Lanka Kunle Adeniyi, Ravindra Samarawickrama, Chairman/Director General  National Youth Service Council,  Chairman Ceylon Petroleum Corporation Uvais Mohamed  and Additional Secretary –Youth, Ministry of Youth and Sports Saman Waduge participated in the event.