Pape generates over 700 jobs

  • Kits profissionais (arquivo)
Lubango - At least 740 young people, from a universe of 1,500 trained by the National Institute for Employment and Professional Training (INEFOP), gained their first job in Huíla province, since June 2020, under the Action Plan for Promotion of Jobs (PAPE).

In relation to the same period last year there was an increase of 177 jobs created, particularly in the construction sector, which accounted for 63 percent of the total.

Through the PAPE the young people received micro-credits and professional kits for the segments of agriculture, electricity, civil construction, metalwork, cooking, hairdressing, gardening and carpentry.

According to the head of the INEFOP department in Huíla, Fernanda Luzia, there are still 2,810 professional kits available, which will be distributed to other young people that concluded the training, as a way of encouraging self-employment.

Speaking at the act of handing over 75 professional kits to young people trained by the sector, she said that since November 2020, the PAPE had already handed over 170 kits to 85 to young people in Lubango, ten in Matala, 25 in Gambos, 20 in Cacula and 30 in Quilengues.

In relation to the same period last year there was an increase of 177 jobs created, particularly in the construction sector, which accounted for 63 percent of the total.

Through the PAPE the young people received micro-credits and professional kits for the segments of agriculture, electricity, civil construction, metalwork, cooking, hairdressing, gardening and carpentry.

According to the head of the INEFOP department in Huíla, Fernanda Luzia, there are still 2,810 professional kits available, which will be distributed to other young people that concluded the training, as a way of encouraging self-employment.

Speaking at the act of handing over 75 professional kits to young people trained by the sector, she said that since November 2020, the PAPE had already handed over 170 kits to 85 to young people in Lubango, ten in Matala, 25 in Gambos, 20 in Cacula and 30 in Quilengues.