Thu, 13 Feb 2020 17:23 - Updated Thu, 13 Feb 2020 16:30
UNESCO and Youth Card manager create partnership
Luanda - The management company of the Cartão Jovem Angola (SGAR) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), today (Thursday) signed a partnership agreement in Luanda to facilitate stakeholders access to the card.
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Cartão Jovem Angola "CJA".
Photo: Nelson Malamba
The Cartão Jovem Angola is a nationwide youth initiative that allows young people from 15 to 35 years of age to benefit from discounts on various social services, including health, food, transport and education, in view of the adhesion to the “Youth Card Angola",
It also allows its partners, as is the case with public institutions, associations, private companies and social support bodies, to have access to a quick and effective marketing tool with guaranteed return, privileged and based on a vast database of new consumers, which are the future of the country.
With an annual renewable term, the CJA can be ordered online or at any of the fixed or mobile access points.
On the part of the managing company signed the commercial and markting director, Mário Magalhães, while on the other side signed the Permanent Secretary of the National Commission for UNESCO, Alexandre Sousa Costa,
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