The National Office for the Promotion of Employment (Onape) issued a check to the second wave of promoters of self-employment on Friday at the National Museum. It’s an envelope of 110,800,000 FCFA to boost businesses.
Ten days after the grant of 50 million FCFA to the first wave of job promoters, it is the turn of the second to benefit from a subsidy of more than 110 million FCFA. It’s a zero-interest grant, according to ONAPE Chief Executive Sadick Brahim Dicko.
It will allow beneficiaries to be able to boost their businesses and activities but also to improve their living conditions and those of others in the city of N’Djamena.
Sadick Brahim Dicko reassured that transparency was used in the process of granting these credits by his entity. “No young person will be discriminated against for their political, ethnic, religious or regional affiliation,” he said.
He calls on job promoters to consider this funding as a chain of solidarity between them. As soon as their activities start to pay off, they have to pay back so that other young people can also benefit.
As a reminder, the ONAPE, empowered to fight unemployment, is responsible for supporting young graduates who are unemployed and inexperienced from all socio-professional strata through the materialization of government employment policy.