Wed, 08 Aug 2018 16:32 - Updated Wed, 08 Aug 2018 16:32
16,000 youths attend training in various specialties in Moxico
Luena - National Institute of Employment and Professional Training (INEFOP) has trained 16,000 young people in various specialties in eastern Moxico province, since its creation in 2012.
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Young people attend training at INEFOP
Photo: David Dias
The statistics were released by the head of the provincial services of this institutions on Wednesday, Ester Vumbi Celestino.
Taking stock of the activities conducted in the first half this year, Ester Celestino said that of this number, 4000 youths were integrated in the labour market, especially the private sector, but she would not make any reference to the other trainees.
The institution's head also mentioned 1, 462 youths as having enrolled this year to attend training in the fields of agriculture, masonry, carpentry, plumbing, computers, executive secretariat, low voltage electricity, cutting and sewing, entrepreneurship, among other specialties.
INEFOP controls seven vocational training units, including three entrepreneurship and vocational training centers in eastern Moxico province.
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