Bob Eco's Hilde Watty creates 125,000 jobs in Senegal!
Hilde Watty, on behalf of Bob Eco and Tamsir Faye as general director of Anpej, signed a partnership to promptly realize the creation of the first 125,000 jobs in Senegal.
Under the supervision of Hilde Watty, Bob Eco will, together with Government-owned and state-supported microfinance giant Anpej, create these 125,000 jobs in the transportation and logistics sector by deploying 50,000 electric Bob vehicles into the Senegal economy.
This is the second important moment for Bob Eco in Senegal after officially receiving an order for 232.000 electric motorcycles to get the country to go electric. The ambitions of Senegal are to create jobs for the unemployed and mainly to create a future perspective for the youth to ride passengers and goods to make a living. This vision aligns perfectly with Bob Eco’s vision for the clean energy revolution and job creation in developing countries.
Senegal has a population of almost 16 million, with Dakar as its capital. Senegal has some of the best roads found on the entire African continent and sustains sound systems for mobile payments, microloans, insurance, and focuses on creating social unity and equality, making it one of the most suitable countries for Bob Eco’s motorcycle concept. With this in mind, Bob Eco has chosen Senegal to be its most extensive project. In collaboration with the government, the initial deal was made to electrify the economy; now, the government has appointed Anpej as the organization to support the collaboration by signing an additional partnership agreement to create 125,000 jobs.
The National Agency for the Promotion of Youth Employment (ANPEJ) was founded in 2014 to ensure the implementation of the Senegal government’s policy to promote employment opportunities amongst the youth. It acknowledges that the employment situation in Senegal has difficulties related to the management of youth unemployment, and since the unemployment rate in the country has reached 16.9% with the 15-35 olds of the working population have been most affected, ANPEJ was established to reduce unemployment and alleviate poverty in the country.
Hilde Watty, Head of African Operations
Hilde Watty, founder of high-net-worth dating agency Berkeley International is currently Head of African operations of the Billion Dollar Crypto company Bob Eco Limited, the clean energy company behind Bobcoin. With her many years of experience in the dating industry and corporate liaison industry, Bob Eco appointed her to lead the growth on the continent by making deals with African government leaders.
Hilde is a very bright and one of the most successful female entrepreneurs from Belgium, with contacts all over the planet and mainly on the African continent through her close ties in Brussels. Due to her 20 years in matchmaking for the ultra-rich Hilde Watty is also a matchmaker of the ultra-high-net-worth individuals and the billion-dollar cryptocurrency Bobcoin.
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