Young people gain Skills2Live in Mozambique – photo story

A young woman working on a project as part of her electrician training © Frontline AIDS/Peter Caton/2019
Helena José is successfully training to be an electrician at Young Africa

From Beira in Mozambique we report on a vocational training programme that is helping young people to build skills, lowering their vulnerability to poor sexual health in the process.

Skills2Live is part of the READY movement. It is organised by Young Africa International, Young Africa Zimbabwe, Young Africa Mozambique, Frontline AIDS, IdeiaLab, and International Organization of Migration, with funding from the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands Mozambique.

View the photos and find out more about these inspiring young people.


Further Reading


Adolescents and young peopleMozambiqueSexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR)