On Saturday, 1 July 2017, Paul Biyoghe Mba, Minister of Social and Family Development, and Eloi Nzondo, Minister of Labor, launched the census of 18 companies operating in the privileged economic zone (Zerp) of Nkok.
Over two years, these companies out of a total of 59 in production and construction in the Zerp, will offer internships to 520 young Gabonese. Ultimately, there will be 1040 trainees, mainly from the forestry industry.
Paul Biyoghe and Eloi Nzondo urged young people not to neglect the job offers offered to them by the 18 companies in the Nkok Zerp. For the start of the census on Saturday 1 July 2017, the National Employment Office registered more than 300 potential applicants. The operation ends on 6 July.