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Mövenpick renews partnership with Right4Children

Jul 11,2017 - Last updated at Jul 11,2017

Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts has recently renewed its long-term partnership with Right4Children, giving more disadvantaged young people access to hospitality training and job prospects in the Middle East, according to a statement of the hospitality firm.

The firm and Nepal-based NGO have agreed to run their Mövenpick hospitality programme for at least another year, offering underprivileged youngsters and their families the chance to boost their living standards through skills creation and career opportunities, the statement said.

Mövenpick and Right4Children launched the initiative in 2009 and since then, 132 youngsters have completed the six-month training programme, on one of three tailor-made courses — housekeeping, culinary services and food and beverage services. Of the graduates, 85 per cent have secured job placements at a Mövenpick property in the Middle East.

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