Fri, 24 Nov 2017 17:52 - Updated Fri, 24 Nov 2017 17:51
Young people told to invest in technical-professional training
Uíge - The young people of the region must invest in their technical and vocational training, with a view to enabling them to enter the labor market and contribute to the development of the country.
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This fact was stressed Friday by the provincial director in charge of Youth and Sports of northern Uíge province, Lussadicueno Emanuel Muanza.
This recommendation was made at the end of the visit of the sports leaders to the Arts and Crafts Pavilion, assigned to the Directorate of Labor and Social Security, within the framework of the institution's program of activities in the field of youth protection for the first job.
Lussadicueno Muanza assured that, from now on, his directorate will continue to select young people with needs for their training, in centers of technical-professional training.
The head of the Pavilion, Bozardo Bongoque, thanked for the initiative and explained in detail to those present about the organization and operation of the center, as well as the procedures for its admission.
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