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|Radio Maria Mocambique||Christian||Mozambique|
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Despite recent growth, there is a lack of structural transformation in Mozambique. Individuals are not moving from low-productivity to high-productivity jobs. This difficult situation is further aggravated by the rising population, as it is estimated that 300 000 new jobs need to be created each year. Sam Jones of the University of Copenhagen looks at challenges of the jobs market in Mozambique. More about the UNU-WIDER's ‘Responding to crises' conference: https://www.wider.unu.edu/event/responding-crises Join the discussion on Twitter: #RespondingToCrises and @UNUWIDER
In many African countries, people with disabilities still face a lot of challenges and prejudices. In Mozambique, a businessman helps them get a foothold in the labor market and has even founded a soccer team for blind players. For more Africa on the move, go to: http://www.dw.com/en/africa-on-the-move/t-19051251
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Video Interview with Channing Arndt, a Senior Research Fellow at UNU-Wider in Helsinki, Finland. Despite a decade of strong economic growth, the rate of formal sector job creation in Mozambique has been weak. But what impact will the recent large investments in the country’s oil and gas sector have on the employment outlook? Channing Arndt from UNU-Wider argues that there will not be many direct jobs created as a result of this boom, especially past the first investment phase. But there is a great opportunity for jobs to be created in ancillary services and support sectors, as well as those benefitting from the overall improvement in the country’s infrastructure.
FOCUS : It's a country with high growth, massive construction projects and which sits on enormous reserves of natural gas. Life for Mozambique is looking good. Today the country goes to the polls, in an election expected to see the dominant party maintain power. But is that new richness benefiting ordinary people there? Our correspondent Caroline Dumay has been to the country's poorest region, but also the most rich in natural resources.
This video summarizes the partnership between the VCW and Girl Move Foundation to help girls in Mozambique to find jobs to improve the World. For many years, the VCW has been used to help social organizations to solve their problems/challenges. To learn more about the VCW and two decades of cooperation between the VCW and social organizations, companies, people, students and academics please: - consult www.ValueCreationWheel.com - read Lages, Luis Filipe (2016), "VCW—Value Creation Wheel: Innovation, technology, business, and society", Journal of Business Research.
(www.abndigital.com) After Almost five centuries as a Portuguese colony, Mozambique celebrated 37 years of independence this year. The country is positioning itself to become a significant Southern African energy player, with huge gas finds and a thriving mining industry. To capitalise on its own infrastructure development goals, the Mozambican and Portuguese governments recently founded the National Investment Bank, which has facilitated and managed several infrastructure projects On Invest Africa we take a closer look at Mozambique and unpack the opportunities and challenges the country is facing.
Esperanza Dube, WRS' head of construction in the SADC countries, shares an opportunity for a Contracts Director to work for an established build and civils company with a strong foothold in some SADC countires who are now expanding into Mozambique. Esperanza is looking for a degree-qualified individual with leadership skills, technical knowledge and experience of working in Mozambique. If you are interested in this role, please get in touch with Esperanza: firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 161 926 2525
Portugal has been hit hard by Europe's economic crisis, with its economy continuing to shrink and unemployment still rising. Many Portuguese have been forced to leave their country to seek a brighter future, and an increasing number are applying for visas to former colonies such as Mozambique, Brazil and Angola. Al Jazeera's Barnaby Phillips reports from Lisbon.
IT training for youth to get jobs. The youth attend 3 sessions a week
The discovery of gas fields off the Mozambique coast in 2011 was meant to transform the economy, but five years later, it's an economy in trouble. This past week, the Ministry of Finance said Mozambique's debt is now more than double its gross domestic product, and talks with creditors must take place in order to restructure the debt mountain. So what went wrong? And how has a country, which has seen massive improvements in its economy since the end of its civil war back in 1992, now landed with potentially uncontrollable debts? Student protests in South Africa South Africa has been suffering months of low growth, political turmoil and violent student protests, and this week, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan cut the country's growth forecast down to just 0.5 percent. Nearly one million...
Inspiring! Frederico ceo uX.co.mz want to disrupt the job market in Mozambique were 6% has internet and 60% a mobile. Social venture #websummit is published on event Baldopinions: Alle the video's of Baldopinions can be found on http://my.incrowdapp.net/e/baldopinions ------------ Incrowd: Capture events, together! http://.incrowdapp.net
English/Nat A key chapter in southern African history ended at the weekend with the repatriation of some of the last refugees from Mozambique. Many believed they were leaving the land of milk and honey - Nelson Mandela's new South Africa - to return to a homeland devastated by years of civil war. But suggestions that their homeland is set to experience an economic boom means there is renewed hope for the returnees. Many refugees in South Africa have been preparing for their return journey across the border to Mozambique - a country devastated by more than 15 years of war. They left during the civil war between the South African-sponsored RENAMO and the Marxist government which ended in 1992 and was followed by elections last year. One-point-seven (m) million are believed ...
http://www.ChildFund.org -- If you had to walk up to 5 hours to and from school each day, would you still go? In Mozambique, only about half of the children finish primary school. ChildFund is working to change that, by bringing education within children's reach inside better, brighter, more accessible schools.
As Mozambique receives huge international investments in mining and natural gas, some find jobs and new opportunities while others find displacement and despair. Related Article: http://nyti.ms/UB6qQe Subscribe to the Times Video newsletter for free and get a handpicked selection of the best videos from The New York Times every week: http://bit.ly/timesvideonewsletter Subscribe on YouTube: http://bit.ly/U8Ys7n Watch more videos at: http://nytimes.com/video --------------------------------------------------------------- Want more from The New York Times? Twitter: https://twitter.com/nytvideo Instagram: http://instagram.com/nytvideo Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nytimes Google+: https://plus.google.com/+nytimes Whether it's reporting on conflicts abroad and political division...
I produced this clip for Greenpeace during the Indian ocean tour 2012. Here I let Noa Sentete describe the problems they face in their jobs as Mozambique Fisheries Law Enforcement officers. Greenpeace ocean campaigner Paloma Comenarejo describes why Greenpeace was there. The Rainbow Warrior 111 was in the region to highlight the problems in the overfishing of tune and support countries to tackle illegal fishing. What we see more and more these days is the deliberate targeting of sharks for their fins. They call shark bye catch but it is obvious they are now a target catch for shark fin soup in China. The overfishing of sharks is now threatening the existance of many species of sharks world wide.
http://www.TheExpeditioner.com In this travel guide I hitch a ride to Tofo, Mozambique, a sleepy fishing village on the Indian Ocean known for its great beaches and amazing diving. While there I head underwater to check out the local population of manta rays, whale sharks, and coral life; meet up with some new friends who make their living selling art in town; and recuperate from a bout of malaria I unfortunately caught while there.
http://socialbubble.global Planning to visit Mozambique? Check out our Mozambique Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Mozambique. Top Places to visit in Mozambique: Island of Mozambique, Bazaruto Archipelago, Quirimbas Islands, Benguerra Island, Lake Malawi, Cahora Bassa Dam, Inhaca Island, Praia do Tofo, Gorongosa National Park, FEIMA - Feira de Artesanato Flores e Gastronomica, Portuguese Island, Bilene, Vamizi Island, Governor's Palace Museum, Iglesia de San Antonio de la Polana Subscribe to Social Bubble: https://www.youtube.com/c/SocialBubbleNashik?sub_confirmation=1 To go to the World Travel Guide playlist go to: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3wNXIKi7sz3IilVSbByNJzEsCmsbIgv1 Follow us on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+SocialBubbleNashik Follow ...
In this 18-minute travel documentary, Usha Alexander presents some of what she saw and learned during her wonderful 15-day trip to Mozambique in October 2015. For more photos and information, check out the Mozambique page on shunya.net: http://www.shunya.net/Pictures/Mozambique/Mozambique.htm Narration, script, and editing: Usha Alexander Videography: Namit Arora
Nestled between South Africa and Tanzania, on the southeastern coast of Africa lies the tropical paradise of Mozambique. The 2 500 km. long coastline with white palm lined beaches, pristine crystal clear waters, lagoons and spectacular coral reefs, is one of the most popular holiday destinations on the African continent. This magnificent coastline with its secluded unspoiled beaches is scattered with stunning resorts that blend in with the natural beauty of the region. For the adventurous this paradise, with its all year round summer climate, offers many activities, especially fishing, diving, snorkeling and sailing as well as peace and tranquility for those who just want to laze around on white tropical beaches and enjoy life. Magnificent sunrises, calm lukewarm waters of the Indian ...
Flight from Kenneth Kaunda international Airport “KKIA” (Zambia) through O.R. Tambo International Airport (South Africa) to destination Maputo Mozambique. Get to know the beautiful sights, buildings and cultural dances of the southern African nation of Mozambique.
Self Drive 4X4 Adventure. Complete Full Version Travel Guide. http://www.selfdrive4x4.co.za/ Before You Go See This Video. DISCOVER MOZAMBIQUE. Comprehensive Travel Guide - Now FREE to view on YouTube. Nestled between South Africa and Tanzania, on the south-eastern coast of Africa lies the tropical paradise of Mozambique. The 2500-km long coastline with white palm lined beaches, pristine crystal clear waters, lagoons and spectacular corral reefs, is one of the most popular holiday destinations on the African continent. This magnificent coastline with its secluded unspoiled beaches is scattered with stunning resorts that blend in with the natural beauty of the region. With its all year round summer climate and safe beaches this paradise offers unforgettable family holidays and for the adven...
Hi my loves :) We visited Mozambique Inhambane (Tofo) from 25 December till 6 January and we had so much fun. Basically our trip consisted of drinking eating, having fun on the beach and enjoying each others company most of the time. Bren and I are so happy that we could go to Mozambique for the 3rd time and its such a beautiful place. A definite holiday destination xxx Thumbs up if you liked this video and follow us on instagram My instagram: @Jessica.van.heerden And also follow my friends xx @char7schnetler @jcalitz @brendondp803 Subscribe to see the rest xxx
Maputo, Mozambique Tourism - Maputo, Mozambique Vacation Travel Videos HD, World Travel Guide http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=World1Tube Maputo has been the capital of Mozambique since 1898. The city was previously called Lourenço Marques until the country's independence in 1975. It is the largest city in Mozambique and the country's most important harbour. It is situated at the mouth of the Santo River in the extreme south, 90 km from the border with South Africa. In comparison with other sub-Saharan African cities, the urban area feels small and concentrated, with wide avenues and old trees. People are generally out and about in the streets, walking, driving and getting on with life. The vibe is healthy and active, with little begging and lots of street vendors and...
http://bestflights.co.za/africa/mozambique/maputo - visit for more information on Maputo, Mozambique Maputo, the capital and largest city in Mozambique since 1898, was formerly known as Lourenco Marques. In 2007 the city had a population of about 1,766,184. The city is home to the country's most important harbor, situated about 90km from the border of South Africa. What to see / do • Maputo Elephant Reserve -- With about 100 to 300 elephants that reside in the reserve • Maputo Central Market -- Selling fresh seafood, fruits and vegetables in a lively atmosphere. • The Jardim Tunduru - A small botanical Garden • The Railway Station -- Designed by Gustave Eiffel • The National Art Museum -- Collection of Mozambican art • Inhambane -- A small sleepy historic town about 485km north of...
Where the sun rises over the Indian Ocean, only 5 km from Kosi Bay on the Southern tip of Mozambique, you will find Ponta do Ouro, "Point of Gold". Self Drive Do it Yourself Mozambique. http://www.selfdrive4x4.co.za/ Ponta do Ouro offers you golden beaches with lush coastal vegetation where the tranquility of the brilliant blue sea will ensure a truly memorable holiday experience. The scuba diving in this area is spectacular, and the chances of spotting dolphins or whale sharks are high. Deep-sea fishing is rewarding, equally rewarding is the tranquility found by those who just want to relax, sit back and enjoy. To reach the town you enter through the Kosi bay border post and travel approximately 11 kilometers on sandy roads. A 4x4 vehicle is required for this trip. The town of Pont...
Yet another absolutely amazing holiday in Mozambique. It was my first Christmas and New Years, in Mozambique, in December and it will definitely not be my last. I couldn't have asked for a nicer group of people to spend two and a half weeks with. There are many ships in the sea. There are big ships. There are small ships, But there is no ship, like friendship. Instagram: @dannydarling22
Jangamo Beach Resort is situated adjacent to Guinjata Bay Resort and shares the same beach. As at Guinjata the resort is set high on the dunes with a breathtaking view of the bay and beach. The resort's delightful bar, which is open all day is a popular place for sundowners and evening drinks, from where you can watch the whales and enjoy the beautiful sea view. The adjoining restaurant, which shares the astounding ocean view, offers a diverse menu including vegetarian, seafood, Portuguese and international cuisine. The area offers you miles and miles of unspoilt, sun drenched, golden beaches with clean, crystal clear waters. All activities and water sports such as fishing and dive charters as in the rest of the area, are on offer from the resort. The lodge offers a variety of accommod...