Fri, 21 Aug 2015 16:14 - Updated Fri, 21 Aug 2015 16:14
ISRI trains over 600 experts
Luanda - The Higher Institute of International Relations (ISRI) has trained since its foundation in 1998, at least 651 experts, including 104 diplomatic attachés, 115 diplomats in technical and professional upgrading courses and other areas of consular practices.
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These data were reported on Friday in Luanda by the secretary general of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Eduardo de Jesus Beny, while speaking at the award ceremony of 30 diplomas to the finalists of the International Relations course, lectured by ISRI.
The official, in this situation said that the Institute graduated 344 Students in International Relations assigned at the service of the different public and private institutions, to which are added the 30 graduates.
The Secretary-General of the Foreign Ministry announced the construction in the short term of its own facilities for ISRI, in order to trained more staffs.
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Luanda - Nine three-storey buildings, built on an area of four hectares, are the new facilities of the Higher Institute of International Relations that until then functioned in three rooms in the former building of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in António Jacinto, Luanda.
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Saurimo - The Danish NGO Development Aid from People to People (DAPP) in the last three years trained 37 primary education teachers in Dala Municipality, eastern Lunda Sul Province.
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Menongue - At least 62 new teachers from the School of Teaching of Development Aid from People to People (DAPP) at southern Cuando Cubango province were graduated last Wednesday in Menongue after three years of training.
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Luanda - At least 15,930 new students have been enrolled for the current school year in Luanda, said on Saturday the provincial education director, Narciso Bendito.