Govt introduces �meal allowance� programme for unemployed graduates

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Government’s efforts to address youth unemployment has seen it churn another initiative aimed at ‘addressing graduate unemployment’, dubbed Graduate Volunteer Scheme (GVS).

A statement from the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture (MYSC) noted that participants of this programme would receive a meal allowance of P600 per month.

According to the communication, the scheme caters for unemployed youth graduates, as well as those not enrolled in the National Internship Programme (NIP). 

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