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After a successful launch of the project at national level in the capital Maputo in May, Opportunities for Youth Employment (OYE) has now been launched in the country’s second largest city Beira for the Beira corridor which is one of the fastest growing economic regions in the country with huge agro-based investments established.

A study about “Contract Based in Mozambique”, carried out by SNV was presented today in Maputo.

SNV-A Dutch Development Organization, in partnership with the Ministry of Youth and Sports, along with funding from the MasterCard Foundation, launched the OYE Project (Business Opportunities for Youths) in mid-May.
The use of the existing agricultural potential in the corridors of Beira and Nacala may lead to the creation of at least 5,600 jobs for women and youths through the next five years.
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SNV started work in Mozambique in 1996 and has since contributed significantly to the country’s decentralisation agenda by improving domestic accountability through support to district and provincial authorities. SNV’s support to these local government structures is well recognised. SNV has also played an important role in the revival of the cashew sector through its support to small scale processing units, including access to Fair Trade markets.

SNV works in the agriculture, water and sanitation and renewable energy sectors.

Country Director

Rik Overmars

SNV Mozambique Country Office
Julius Nyerere, Av. 1339
P.O. Box 4468
Maputo, Mozambique
Tel: +258 (21) 48 67 90 / 1
Fax: + 258 (21) 48 67 92

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