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Skills Youth Resilience Ana Maria Culinary

Ana Maria’s Culinary Journey

ANA MARIA REGINALDO, 27, resides in Manga, close to the Young Africa campus. She was aware of Young Africa and decided to enrol after hearing her friend speak highly of the Catering course and the opportunities. She is now refining her skills in this reputable hotel but has not abandoned her dream of setting up her own business.
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Teresa’s Story of Resilience

Teresa Joana Tito, lives in Beira, with her husband and young children. Before training at Young Africa Mozambique, she sold fruit and vegetables to satisfy her family’s financial needs. Her dream was always to run her own take-away, Teresa enrolled in the Catering course at the Beira Campus. She attended training from January to June 2018. During the training, she received practical and theoretical lessons, entrepreneurship training, and life skills education.

SERVE Supports Skills training for youth in Southern Africa

SERVE highlights its international contribution to Reimagine Youth Skills Post-Pandemic.

Times of Zambia: Kaite takes a stab at youth unemployment

SERVE are delighted to see the new Director of Young Africa…

Young Africa: A Bounty of Colour and Life

By Sinead Creamer My first two weeks in Mozambique have been…

International Youth Day 2017

We believe that young people are the change makers and the builders…

International Day for Women and Girls in Science

This International Day for Women and Girls in Science, is an…
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Jonathan’s Story: A Time to Shine

The theme of International Literacy Day 2015 is Literacy and…

International Youth Day – Think Local, Act Global

Today (12th August 2015)  is International Youth Day. Over 90%…

Youth and the Sustainable Development Goals

By Fiona Agnew Sitting at the Irish Aid event, launching the…