The strategy aims to build a contingent of Vietnamese youths who have a strong sense of patriotism, strong will, national pride, revolutionary ideals, aspirations, moral virtues, good health and lifestyle, dynamism, creativity, and science-technology mastery.
It outlines six key tasks, including raising their awareness of laws, offering legal assistance and fair access to study opportunities and innovations, improving vocational training quality and creating sustainable jobs, developing young and quality human resources, protecting and improving their health and spiritual lives, and upholding their role in socio-economic development and national defence.
By 2030, 80 percent of youths are expected to receive career and job orientations, while 60 percent will undergo vocational training in combination with job creation. Each year, at least 700,000 young people will be able to get jobs.
The rate of unemployed youths in urban and rural areas will be reduced to below 7 percent and 6 percent, respectively.
Annually, over 80 percent of young people in urban areas, 70 percent in rural areas and 60 percent in ethnic minority and mountainous areas in especially difficult circumstances will receive support to join cultural, art, sport and community activities in their schools, workplaces or residential areas.
At least half of young people will be able to master digital tools for communications and business on digital platforms by 2030./.