A social investment enterprise wants to modify public institutions like ministries’ landscapes without costing the government anything in order to employ young people.
A Zambian firm, Liwant Investment Limited, claims to have already hired five young people to enhance the environment at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation without charging the government any money.
The project will be expanded to additional public institutions, subject to approval, according to Liwant Investment Chairman FREDERICK WAMULUME in a statement. The company has worked with the government on the project’s implementation.
According to him, the initiative has the potential to produce a large number of long-term jobs for young people who will be employed to improve and preserve the surroundings of public institutions.
According to Mr. WAMULUME, the business works to create jobs for young people while also fostering a clean, green, and healthy Zambia.
He commended President Hakainde Hichilema for saying that the government would assist any Zambian who was trying to create jobs.