Fri, 05 Jun 2015 15:48 - Updated Fri, 05 Jun 2015 16:58
Cabinet recommends measures for teacher's admission
Luanda - The Fifth Ordinary Session of the Commission for Social Policy of the Council of Ministers Friday in Luanda recommended the adoption of a set of cross-cutting measures, aimed at creating financial and logistical conditions for admission of teachers, physicians and health workers.
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Vice-president, Manuel Vicente, chairs ordinary session of the Cabinet's Social Policy Commission
Photo: Pedro Parente
According to the final communiqué of the meeting, delivered to the press, the commission also recommended the creation of incentives for the establishment of national cadres in rural and peri-urban areas, allowing a gradual reduction of the shortage of these professionals in the various parts of the country.
The document also states that the meeting, chaired by the Vice-President of the Republic, Manuel Vicente, analyzed a memorandum on the assessment of the needs of teachers and health workers in Angola.
In this memorandum includes contributions to an integrated program of reinforcement amount and quality of national technicians, in order to improve and increase public service provision in health, general and higher education.
In this regard, the commission recommended a better assessment of the processes of recognition and accreditation of resources and irregularities committed by some institutions, to ensure the quality and credibility of higher education in the country.
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