Luanda - At least thirteen million euros were made available by the European Union (EU) to the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Technology and Innovation (MESCTI) to support the Angolan higher education system in producing knowledge and promoting innovation.More about this news
Luanda -The resumption of classes in the second cycle of secondary education, scheduled for July 13, is dependent on the endorsement of the Ministry of Health (MINSA), Education minister Luísa Grilo said last Wednesday, in Luanda.
Luanda - Six Luanda-based higher education institutions have formalised the commitment to bring specific training on human rights to their curricular plan.
Luanda - Cabinet Council's Commission for Social Policy discussed Thursday re-organisation of the network in public institutions of higher education to adapt them to the strategic objectives of economic, social and technological development of the country.
Luanda - The Ministry of Energy and Water (Minea) will cooperate in the program of installing water systems in schools outside the coverage of the public network, taking into account the resumption of the 2020 school year, scheduled for next July.
Luanda - Education and health officials in Luanda were urged Monday to create health and hygienic conditions at schools in this phase of fight against covid-19 pandemic.
Luanda - The governors of the country's 18 provinces considered this Monday the adjournment of the resumption of primary school classes, scheduled for 27 July.
Luanda - The creation of mechanisms to support the promotion of startups and incubators of technology-based companies are among the objectives of the memorandum signed, last Monday, between the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Technology and Innovation (MESCTI) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
Luanda - Angolan State and its administrative structures is facing a set of challenges to respond to the covid-19 pandemic, said Thursday the Secretary of State for Pre-school and Primary Education, Pacheco Francisco.