In a statement sent to VerAngola, ANPG revealed that this programme aims to "provide opportunities for young Angolans who have graduated from different public and private universities to strengthen their technical and professional skills. The project may be a possibility to "boost access to the first job in the local labour market", adds teh document.
This year's edition "will directly benefit around 95 pre-finalists and finalists in Medicine, Computer Engineering, Telecommunications, Agronomic and Environmental Engineering, Law, Economics, Business Management, Sociology and Social Workers".
According to the note, the project will be implemented by the NGO Development Workshop. Interested parties should submit their application on the NGO's website by Friday, January 31st.