16 Graduates In Digital Skills At Mzuzu E-Hub

As one way of building creative businesses profitable, the Mzuzu Entrepreneurial Hub (E-Hub) conducted an intensive three-month digital skills for all in photography-videography training for twenty youths.

The program is aimed at impacting digital skills by among others identifying on how to make collaborations among creative sustainably exposed trainees in various places of interest within and beyond the northern region.

Mzuzu E-Hub’s Business Resource Mobilization Manager, Jonathan Nandolo challenged the newly graduated students to realise what they are in relation to the knowledge and skills acquired for the benefit of humankind.

“People out there wants to hear more about the Hub where you are coming from and Malawi in general, that duty to provide the information rest in your hands,” Nandolo said.

Nandolo further revealed that Mzuzu E-Hub’s long partnership with Lenovo Foundation will benefit a total of 250 youths with a full packaged vocational skills trainings including photo-videography whose benefits have already been showcased for the benefit of the country’s tourism industry.

A female graduant, Bridget Manyalo encouraged girls and young women to consider taking up challenges in vocational trainings towards achieving sustainable socioeconomic development regardless of gender disparities.

District Youth Officer for Mzuzu City Misheck Msokwa hailed the management of the Mzuzu E-Hub for conducting the digital skills for all training which will assist in portraying the good image of the country, in return coaxing new investors in line with Malawi Agenda 2063.

“Let our efforts inspire many and even those with the potential to invest in the country. Video-photography has a robust market which needs to be nurtured for sustainable employment opportunities,” said Msokwa

The Mzuzu E-Hub is implementing Skills Training for All in close partnership with Lenovo Foundation which will train 250 youths in visual production by the year 2025.