Around 335 young people have graduated after completion of their courses at Young Africa Mozambique. The batch graduates after completing their 6 months to 1-year long courses in different trades among them Electrical Installation, Civil construction, Animal husbandry, Agriculture, Refrigeration and many more.
These young people were trained under the Youth Power for Peace project (YP3), implemented in partnership with the Foundation for Community development (FDC) funded by the European Union in the Sofala and Manica province of Mozambique.
The project sought to contribute towards economically active youth with active citizenship and leadership capacity to participate in peacebuilding and stability actions in their communities.
High performers in each course were awarded business startup kits, that will enable them to start their own business and grow in the respective field.
The 335 young people who graduated are part of the overall project target of 706 young people who are set to benefit from the project.