Spanish group Indra will work on the promotion of the “Technological Mozambique” programme and provide work placements for staff training, under an agreement signed with the Mozambican Ministry of Science and Technology.
The agreement will promote participation of new graduates of technological courses in Mozambique in professional internships at Indra, with special interest in development programmes and research projects and innovation, the group said in a statement issued on its website.
Via the “Technological Mozambique” programme the Ministry of Science and Technology intends to improve the technical and technological skills and competences of young Mozambicans, in order to facilitate their incorporation into the labour market.
The Spanish group is currently working in Mozambique in the implementation of an electronic platform to manage electricity distribution and supply for state-owned power company EdM.
Indra is one of the most important world consulting and technology groups and is the market leader in Europe and Latin America. It is currently expanding to many emerging economies, has annual sales of 3 billion euros, 43,000 employees and is present in 138 countries. (macauhub/MZ)