Chinese group Huawei makes donation to Mozambique for training

8 March 2016

Chinese group Huawei has donated US$100,000 to Mozambique for completion of the construction project of the Mwanza Vocational School in the central province of Sofala, in a ceremony held Monday in Maputo.

The donation was handed over by the Chinese ambassador to Mozambique, Su Jian, to the Minister of Science and Technology, Higher Education and Technical Professional, Jorge Nhambiu, according to Mozambican news agency AIM.

The Mwanza Vocational School currently has four blocks for agri-livestock specialties, carpentry, a mechanical and electrical workshop, a library, six classrooms and an audiovisual room. The US$100,000 will allow for the project to be completed.

Jorge Nhambiu Professional Education Reform Programme was being implemented, which aims to establish an integrated and coherent system, promoting the involvement of different social partners, such as public and private companies, trade unions and civil society.

Huawei is a group based in the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone adjacent to Hong Kong and it produces telecommunications equipment and computer networks. (macauhub/CN/MZ)