Officials from Ministry of Labour, Ministry of Gender and Department of Environmental Affairs on 16th August, 2022 visited Mzuzu University to appreciate progress made in the implementation of the World Bank-funded Skills for a Vibrant Economy (SAVE) Project. Specifically, the officials inspected preliminary work done on the proposed site for Entrepreneurs Training and Incubation Centre (ETIC). The team provided guidance on adherence to social and environmental safeguards during all stages of project implementation. The ETIC Centre, once completed, will help in unleashing the potential of the youth, vulnerable students and women through formal and informal skills transfer for improved economy and livelihoods. The Construction of ETIC is one of the many areas of focus under the SAVE Project.- Picture courtesy of MZUNI PR Office

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