10 September 2012

Angola: Youths Stress One-Stop Shop's Role in Fight Against Poverty

Ondjiva — Youths in the southern Cunene province Monday highlighted the importance of the implementation of One-Stop-Shop of Entrepreneur (BUE), to create small business and granting micro-credits to fight hunger and reduce poverty in the communities.

Speaking to Angop, on the implementation of BUE, the local young people said that the programme helps improve the process of creation, registration of companies and boost the entrepreneurship.

According to student Araújo Matias, the project will also allow the acquisition of credit to fund business activity.

In her turn, António Samuel, who praised the government initiative, said that BUE will enable social and economic condition for youth, regardless the social background of each.

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