Fri, 11 May 2018 12:29 - Updated Fri, 11 May 2018 12:29
New models of entrepreneurial initiatives presented to MPs
Luanda - Leaders of various Angolan juvenile platforms last Thursday, in Luanda, presented to the seventh specialised commission of the National Assembly new models of youth entrepreneurial initiatives, proposals of scholarships and access to employment.
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Chairman of the Youth National Council (CNJ), António Tingão.
Chairman of the parliament's 7th commission, Paulo Pombolo.
Photo: Clemente Santos
The proposals were presented during the first meeting with Angolan juvenile platforms, promoted by the seventh specialised commission of the National Assembly, which deals with matters relating to culture, religion, media, youth and sports.
During the discussions, the chairman of the National Youth Council (CNJ), António Tingão, said that one year after the start of the implementation of the Youth Credit, it becomes necessary the broadening of its scope.
He also defended major investment in the education system, with a view to responding to the Dakar Agreement (Senegal).
“We defend a reassessment of the credit line and, above all, locate well the beneficiaries for a good monitoring of the reimbursement process, so as to give sustainability to the programme”, he explained.
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