Uíge – A regional school for rural training and crafts, called « Youth Village for Success », started to be built this Thursday, in the municipality of Cangola, in Uíge, within the scope of the Employability Promotion Action Plan (PAPE ).
The infrastructure, which was launched by the Minister of Public Administration, Labor and Social Security, Teresa Dias, will leverage self-employment in the country.
The school will have, among other compartments, an administrative area, boarding school, workshops, workers’ residence, sports and leisure complexes.
Matala youth village, established in the municipality of Matala (Huíla), begins to receive, in January 2020, the first 200 students for technical and vocational training in the specialties of agriculture, locksmithing, carpentry, information technology and electricity.
The Matala project, started in 2018, is under the supervision of the Ministry of Public Administration, Labor and Social Security (Maptss). It aims to provide young people with technical and professional knowledge and qualifications and will accommodate students aged 13-17.
The Presentation of the new Cidadela Jovens de Sucesso of Matala to local authorities and institutions took place on the 28th of November.