According to a statement from Development Workshop Angola (DWA) – a non-governmental organization (NGO) responsible for implementing the project –, to which VerAngola had access, this program will benefit more than a hundred university finalists from six provinces in the country.
"The National Agency for Oil, Gas and Biofuels, as the National Concessionaire, Azule Energy and partners in block 18, finance a professional internship program that aims to benefit 150 university finalists in the provinces of Luanda, Zaire, Uíge, Benguela, Kwanza Norte and Huambo", the document reads.
The organization also mentions that the project, budgeted at 450,000 dollars, aims to "promote professional and community internships and reinforce the entrepreneurship of young graduating students in the areas of Health, Engineering (Informatics, Agronomy, Environmental), Economics, Architecture and Urbanism, Business Management, Law, Sociology and Accounting".
In this edition (2022-2023), the note adds, "about 150 finalists aged between 18 and 30, without paid work experience" will benefit directly.
Applications started this Wednesday, November 9th, and will run until next Monday, November 14th. Thus, within this period, those interested in participating will be able to submit their application via online to the Mumalab platform (www.mumala.ao), and must "attach a copy of the BI and the declaration of attendance at the University".
"The balance of the last three editions (2019 -2021) indicates that more than 450 university students benefited from the professional and community internship program. The program is part of the strategy of ANPG and Azule Energy, for the economic and social development of Angola. , supporting various programs in the area of education, at all levels of education, promoting local entrepreneurship and social inclusion in which DWA contributes", completes the note.