Huambo - The Secretary of State for Pre-school and Primary Education, Pacheco Francisco, Tuesday in Huambo reaffirmed the government's commitment to do everything possible to continue improving biosecurity conditions in schools to avoid contagion from Covid-19.More about this news
Saurimo - The governor of the eastern Lunda Sul Province, Daniel Neto, last Sunday instructed the board of the Agrarian Technical School, located in the municipality of Saurimo, to work to recover the property from its bad state of conservation, having also guaranteed some aid.
Malanje - After completing the high education in the various fields at the High Agrarian Institute of Malanje, the 181 finalists were asked to enroll in higher institutions in order to increase their knowledge and prepare themselves for social challenges.
Luena - The State Secretary of Education for Technical and Vocational Training, Jesus Joaquim Baptista, will visit the school infrastructure in the municipalities of Luau and Moxico (headquarters).
Malanje- The director of the National Technological Center of the Ministry of Science and Technology, Gabriel Luís Miguel, Friday highlighted the creation of strategies by the Angolan Government aimed at the creation of strong scientific research teams capable of responding to social problems, to contribute to the integral development of the country.
Malanje - Malanje's deputy governor for political and social affairs, Manuel Campo, said Friday that universities are the centers of knowledge, so it seems important and responsible the attendance of young people in the universities.
Malanje - The governor of northern Malanje province Monday here urged the teachers of the Medium Agrarian Institute (IMAM) to promote quality in the performance of their job.
Golungo Alto - The Ministry of Finance, Monday, delivered a donation consisting of sports equipment to primary school number 379, in the Cambondo commune, Golungo Alto municipality, province of Cuanza Norte, aimed at encouraging sporting practice in children.
Quipungo- The provincial governor of Huíla, João Marcelino Tyipinge, defended the need for private companies to continue to support the academic and technical professional institutions, as part of their social obligations, in order to ensure sustainable development.