Fri, 29 Jul 2016 10:35 - Updated Fri, 29 Jul 2016 10:35
Minister considers education a driving force behind human development
Luanda - The minister of Higher Education, Adão do Nascimento, Thursday in Luanda considered education as the driving force behind human development and the key to catalyse the development of the African continent.
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Minister of Higher Education Adão de Nascimento.
Photo: Francisco Miudo
Adão do Nascimento was speaking at the closing of the Regional Consultation for the Preparation of the Triennial of the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA).
To him, there are still several challenges that require the countries of the continent to draw up a long-term comprehensive action plan to carry out the global and the continental agenda for the education sector.
For this reason, he added, the Angolan Government has drawn up a long-term strategic plan, taking into account the implementation of the Agenda 2063 for Africa, and is also developing the National Plan for the Development of the Education sector.
For two days (July 27-28), delegates looked, among other issues, into such themes as "Implementing education for the African cultural renaissance , and Pan-Africa ideas for the integration of the continent."
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