Jembi Health Systems Officializes its Internship Program for Students and Recent Graduates in Mozambique
Jembi Health Systems in Mozambique officially make pre-professional internships available to young students and/or recent graduates interested in gaining practical experience in the areas of analysis, development and implementation of innovative information systems and technologies for the public sector, analysis and interpretation of data, as well as project management and coordination. Jembi’s internship program, which is currently under development, has recently been formalized through an agreement with the National Institute of Employment and Vocational Training for the development, organization and implementation of pre-professional internships.
Maputo, Mozambique – April 2017 – JEMBI HEALTH SYSTEMS (JHS) in partnership with the University Eduardo Mondlane (UEM) through the UEM/Moasis project was born as a model of organization specialized in providing technical support to the public, private and academic sectors in Mozambique. Area of information systems. In the last 8 years, we have hosted a considerable number of university and graduate students (graduates, masters and PhDs) at our offices in Maputo for internships in the areas of analysis, development and implementation of innovative information systems and technologies for the public sector, analysis and interpretation of data, as well as in the management and coordination of projects.
The internship program was formalized through a Pre-Professional Internship agreement signed between Jembi Health Systems and the National Institute of Employment and Vocational Training (INEFP) on March 30, 2017 under the Internship Pre-Professional Internship Regulation approved by Decree nr. 35/2013, of August 2, aiming to cooperate in the development, organization and execution of internships with the objective of developing local capacities in the areas mentioned above. Jembi undertook to support the coordination and execution of the internships with INEFP: planning, selection of candidates, contracts that comply with the established standards and documentation of the entire process.
Jembi’s Program Coordinator in Mozambique, Dr. António Sitói, and INEFP Delegate for Maputo City Dr. Rostalina Pedro Tui Anselmo, signed the agreement on behalf of both institutions.