The stakeholders of the JOBA Programme (figure below) are all those parties whose efforts and objectives will be strengthened through successful implementation of the Programme. These include employers who need skilled workers, industry associations, and training providers which work with the private sector to supply the labour market with workers skilled in areas of need.

Stakeholder Mapping


In summary the stakeholders can be classified in three groups:

Key stakeholders: - Private sector employers interested in the programme
- Non-State Training Providers in Mozambique
- Other DFID Projects (Let’s Work Programme, Ligada, SOGA) and JOBA key partners
Policy influencers*: - The Minister of Science, Technology, Higher Education, Technical and Vocational Training and the Minister of Labour
- State and country-level training officials (INEFP, DINET, ANEP)
- Donors, development partners, NGOs/CSOs with large training and employability programmes in Mozambique
- UN agencies
- International audiences with an interest in youth and women and girls’ training
- Other DFID-funded programmes
- Academic Institutes and Think Tanks
Beneficiaries: - Young women, adolescent girls and disadvantaged youth.

* As JOBA progresses the list of policy influencers will be reviewed to ensure it is still current, and to ensure the range of audiences reflects any new activities.