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The Finnish multinational Nokia, a traditional producer of mobile phones, will grant professional information and communication technology internships to young Mozambicans following the signing yesterday of a memorandum of understanding by the company and the National Institute of Employment.
The job portal recently created by the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security will be the vehicle for recruiting the beneficiaries.
According to Juvenal Dengo, director of the National Institute of Employment, the requirements are to show skills and proven commitment to pursuing a career in information and communication technology.
The agreed two-year program provides training for Mozambican talent and offers them jobs in Nokia and other companies in Finland. Nokia representative Sami Reineck said he believed that the agreement was also beneficial to his brand as it valued its Finnish heritage.
The agreement for training and traineeship of Mozambicans at Nokia was signed during a visit of the Minister of Economy and Labour of Finland to the Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Security of Mozambique, Vitória Diogo, yesterday afternoon.Source: O País