This was revealed during the National Development Forum, hosted by the Consultative Implementation & Monitoring Council (CIMC) last week.
A total of 10,605 youths in the capital city benefited from the project, which began in 2009.
The number exceeds an original target of 10,500.
41 percent of the total participants were women, while Motu Koita youths, who are the target of the project, were 12 percent.
So far, 1,168 trainees successfully graduated from job placement trainings.