A ceremony for the 2018 Outstanding Employee & Project Awards was held this week in Luanda, Angola, with the presence of employees and managers from virtually all of Mitrelli’s “universe”.
2018 Outstanding Project: Malanje Youth Village https://prezi.com/view/E0BGjkRzXHWEVvmmqNK4/
Malanje Cidadela Jovem de Sucesso, located in the municipality of Mucari, about 58 kilometers from the city of Malanje, produces 870 eggs / day.
The Cidadela inaugurated in November 2018, currently has 912 laying hens and more than a thousand chicks, said the director of the establishment, Nelson Kilola, during the visit of a delegation of the Ministry of Public Administration, Labor and Social Security (MAPTSS) , to that infrastructure.
The staff and students of Malange Youth village have arranged a surprise event on Antonio Cruz’s behalf, since he’s leaving the village.
They organized a lunch with all the people, followed by theatre sketches and dancing.
Sometimes we don’t realize how deep we touch people just by giving them some knowledge, respect and attention.
Antonio says: “these were some of the most touching hours in my life here in Angola that I felt I should share with you. My weekend is done… with a smile on my face!”
The life course of a group of young people who once had a difficult life in Luanda, but today, because of the professional training, help in the integral formation of other adolescents and young people in situation of social vulnerability in the Rural School of Sacassange , in Luena, province of Moxico.
Rafael Mateus, Henrique Constantino, Pedro Dumbo and Zeferino Chilema have different ages, but share the same course of life: formerly suffered and today an example. Without shame, they take their past, boast the benefits of change, and struggle every day to remain better people.
Currently, the four young people, whose ages range from 18 to 23, are part of the list of trainers of the Rural School youth citadel of Cabiri / Sacassange, city of Luena, a public institution aimed at the integral formation of young people and adolescents in a state of social vulnerability.
Huambo – The Local Center for Entrepreneurship and Employment Services (CLESE) in Huambo province is experiencing difficulties in responding to demand in terms of training.
Concern was expressed today in statements to ANGOP by the acting director of the public institution, Sabino Ukwelonga, informing that the center, inaugurated in 2012, has only two rooms, with capacity for 24 students, much less than the demand.