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Mon, 17 Jun 2019 16:34 - Updated Mon, 17 Jun 2019 18:13

BFA bank spends over Akz 200 mln on training scheme

Luanda - Banco Fomento Angola (BFA) bank has spent Akz 243 million to support the training project for Primary Education Teachers ?CAPRI? this year (2019).

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Lecture on book

 The project foresees to cover 49,854 teachers nationwide until 2023, according to a press release reached NGOP Monday.

CAPRI is sponsored by Ministry of Education and has already trained 4,000 primary teachers in 2018 in the 7 municipalities of Luanda.

The BFA initiative will allow the training of more than 5,600 teachers in the country’s capital.

The Project is also underway across the country in several areas, such as reading, mathematics, sports, arts and culture.

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