Sat, 27 Feb 2016 11:01 - Updated Sat, 27 Feb 2016 11:01
Angola committed to permanent improvement of higher education conditions
Namibe - Angolan government remains committed to improve higher education conditions to ensure technical, scientific and pedagogical skills that contribute to economic, social, culture and sports development of the country.
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Maria martins - State Secretary for Higher Education
Photo: Aberto Julião
The fact was stressed by the State Secretary for Higher Education, Maria Martins.
This was during the closing ceremony of 14th edition of National Camping Holiday of University Students (CANFEU) held Friday in south-west Namibe province.
The event is sponsored by the local National Secretariat of the ruling MPLA party's youth wing (JMPLA), held from 22- 26 February.
Maria Martins said that Angolan government outlined various social and economic programmes aimed to improve academic infrastructure and quality of staff teaching.
About 700 students from the country's 18 provinces attended the closing ceremony of 14th edition of CANFEU.
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