A delegation of United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA) led by country head Ms Lina called on Usman Dar, Special Assistant to Prime Minister (SAPM) on Youth Affairs, on Wednesday here at PM Office. Dar emphasized that his government believes in the potential of youth and is therefore investing greatly to mainstream youth in national development. He said that Rs 100 billion Youth Entrepreneurship Scheme (YES) and Rs 30 billion Skill for All, already launched by the prime minister under PM Kamyab Jawan Program reflect the commitment of the present government towards empowerment of the youth. He informed Ms Lina that Startup Pakistan for training of entrepreneurs, Green Youth Movement (GYM) for social engagement of youth, National Internship Program (NIP) and National Health Youth Movement will be launched with collaboration of concerned ministries in the future. Lina said that she is overwhelmingly excited and delighted at the initiatives of the present government for empowering youth in Pakistan.