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A certificate will be issued to them at the end of their training to enhance their achievements and facilitate their integration into local businesses.

Since June 8, 2021, Congo Terminal, in partnership with Samusocial Pointe-Noire, has relaunched its apprenticeship program within the technical department for the benefit of three young men in street situations for a period of 6 months. The selected candidates will be trained during a workshop in welding, sheet metal and mechanical techniques. A certificate will be issued to them at the end of their training to enhance their achievements and facilitate their integration into local businesses. “I dreamed of a better life. Today Congo Terminal is making my dream come true. Thanks to the partnership with Samusocial Pointe-Noire, I will soon be able to obtain a qualification, a job at the same time as a rewarding status within society. “ indicated a beneficiary who requested anonymity. “For several years, Congo Terminal has been working for the social reintegration of young people living on the streets. To this end, we have set up a professional support project to enable them to access a better quality of life. To date, more than twenty beneficiaries have been affected by this initiative. “ declared Laurent Palayer, Managing Director of Congo Terminal. Created in 2006, the Samu social Pointe-Noire is a non-profit association that works for the social reintegration of young boys in street situations. About Congo Terminal Congo Terminal is the operator of the Pointe Noire container terminal. ISO 9001/2015 certified; ISPS (security) and Pedestrian Free Yard (HSE), the company has advanced equipment and technologies. In line with the Green Terminal approach of Bolloré Ports – benchmark operator of port terminals in Africa, Asia and the Americas – Congo Terminal supports initiatives that are ever more respectful of the environment and the preservation of biodiversity. Thanks to a human-oriented policy, Congo Terminal employs more than 900 Congolese employees, leads solidarity actions in favor of vulnerable populations and has entered into a partnership with Samusocial since 2015 to support the social reintegration of young boys in street situations. .

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