Employment programme distributes work kits countrywide

  • Press Conference on employment promotion
Luanda – At least 5,132 kits out of the planned 42,000 have already been distributed countrywide, in the ambit of the Employment Boost Programme, disclosed this Thursday, in Luanda, the secretary of State for Employment and Social Security, Pedro Filipe.

The distributed kits include materials in the areas of agriculture, plumbing, carpentry, electricity, bakery and cooking, as well as for barber work, gardeners, construction work, manicure and hairdressing, as a result of the creation of 7,848 jobs.      

 

According to the secretary of State, who was speaking at at a briefing with journalists, the programme helped insert in the job market about 6,368 young people in a direct manner and about 16,554 youths who benefited indirectly.

 

The Employment Boost Programme is part of the Action Plan of the Employment Promotion Programme (PAPE).

 

The Action Plan for the Employment Promotion Programme (PAPE) is drafted to cover 83,500 young people countrywide.

The distributed kits include materials in the areas of agriculture, plumbing, carpentry, electricity, bakery and cooking, as well as for barber work, gardeners, construction work, manicure and hairdressing, as a result of the creation of 7,848 jobs.      

 

According to the secretary of State, who was speaking at at a briefing with journalists, the programme helped insert in the job market about 6,368 young people in a direct manner and about 16,554 youths who benefited indirectly.

 

The Employment Boost Programme is part of the Action Plan of the Employment Promotion Programme (PAPE).

 

The Action Plan for the Employment Promotion Programme (PAPE) is drafted to cover 83,500 young people countrywide.