Luanda - Health education will be addressed in primary schools to the second cycle with extracurricular themes, from the promotion, prevention and mitigation of malaria, tuberculosis, HIV - AIDS, as a result of the School Health Program launched Monday in Luanda.More about this news
Luanda - Portuguese language teaching at Al Alsun Faculty in Cairo, Egypt, represents a challenging and encouraging initiative in an Arabic speaking country, said Chargé d'Affaires of the Angolan Embassy in Egypt.
Bubaque, - The Secretary of State for Vocational Education, Jesus Baptista, on Tuesday, considered the international congress of environmental education of the Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries (CPLP) as a element of the member states.
Saurimo - The president of the National Youth Council (CNJ), João Mateus, defended Saturday in Saurimo the creation of a commission to be responsible for the revision of education reform and aspects related to teaching, aiming at improving the quality of teaching and learning in the country.
Lubango - At least 240 books in the English language were donated Wednesday, by the ambassador of the United States of America in Angola, Nina Maria Fite, to the Higher Institute of Educational Sciences (ISCED-Huíla) as result of a two-day visit to Huíla province.
Ondjiva - A primary education school with 12 classrooms is to be built this year in the southern Cunene Province, to absorb pupils currently attending classes outdoors, said on Saturday the secretary of State for Vocational Education, Jesus Baptista.
Luanda - An agreement in the field of education which provides for the training of teaching, managers and school inspectors, as well as the equivalence of studies, was signed on Friday (29), in Luanda, between the Ministries of Education of Angola and South Africa.
Luanda - At least 6,371 schools are needed all over the country to end the number of students outside the education system, which in Angola is 1.3 million.
Lisbon - The minister of Higher Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, Maria do Rosário Sambo, said in Lisbon Monday that the shortage of researchers and funding are some of the main obstacles to scientific research in Angola.