The juvenile dialogue programme with young women will start on Friday in Luanda, in an act to be led by the minister of Family and Women Promotion, Filomena Delgado.
This information is contained in a press note that reached Angop on Thursday, which also reads that the meeting aims to hear the young women’s main concerns, so as to facilitate their insertion in the labour market, as well as improve their living standards and thus promote their involvement in the national development.
The document also reads that the meeting will discuss issues related to the scholarships granted by the Ministry of Higher Education (MES), Law on Micro, Small and Medium Companies Programme, access to first Job and insertion in te labour market, access of rural young woman to agricultural and industrial programmes, sensuality, reproductive health, domestic violence, young woman in the environment protection, sanitation, literacy and creation of new courses.
The source states that during the first phase of the programme, it was identified some specific problems and the dialogue will focus on young women, youths of informal market, young journalists, young artists and cultural producers.
The meeting will be held by the Ministries of Youth and Sports, Family and Women Promotion, in partnership of the provincisal government of Luanda and National Youth Council (CNJ).