This project promotes the progress of the entire community through activities around agriculture, food production, livestock, pass loans, training of children in pre school or playing sports.
In Nacala, the number of students amounted in 2011 to 112, while in Nhamatanda was 150. In both cases, the vocational school has become a backbone of the community in which it is located, creating jobs and strengthening the overall progress and rural societies in the area.
2011 Total Cost of the Project: 12,612 â‚¬
2012 Total Cost of the Project: â‚¬ 39,537
2013Total Cost of the Project: â‚¬ 29,743