Rosie Lugg, Joba programme team leader and Adrian Frey, Beluluane Industrial Park Administrator, Adrian Frey signed Joba grant agreement valued at 381,659.00 pounds sterling.
The JOBA-BIP grant project will provide professional internships in BIP companies, aiming to equip approximately 375 new graduates in vocational skills and prepare them for the job market. The programme is focused on girls and women, who have completed their technical courses or higher education across a wide range of sectors.
The internships will last from 3 to 6 months and comprise three components: work readiness, work experience and technical skills. The beneficiaries of this programme will be graduates of professional technical education, vocational training centres and institutes of high education in the municipalities of Matola and Boane.
The formal event was also marked by the inauguration of new members of the board of the general Assembly of BIP, with two prominent ﬁgures in the Mozambican political landscape, Dr. Luisa Diogo and Dr. Cadmiel Mutemba make part.