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Japan has donated 480 million meticais to Mozambique under a programme to finance the Project for the Improvement of the Vocational Training Model in the country.
The money is intended to train trainers, purchase equipment and rehabilitate infrastructure.
For four years, the Project for the Improvement of the Vocational Training Model includes the restructuring of three vocational training centers in the provinces of Maputo, Zambézia and Nampula.
In addition to the infrastructure component, the project includes the training of technicians who would work in vocational training centers.
Project financier, the Japanese government, has been pleased with the results so far achieved and promised to continue to support Mozambique.
The project ends in June 2021 and has priority areas of training in civil construction, refrigeration and air conditioning and plumbing.Source: O País