Fri, 14 Jun 2019 16:43 - Updated Fri, 14 Jun 2019 16:43
"Capacita Angola" project launched Friday
Luanda - A project dubbed ?Capacita Angola? was launched Friday aimed to train professionals and school mediators on most different types of disorders.
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The scheme was launched by Kuzola Mona Child Development Center and Banco Económico, with a view to integrating the children.
The initiative is also intended to clarify the families and public and private school teachers and managers on the context in which the child is being integrated, to ensure the preparation of their insertion, said the centre’s director, Indihara Horta.
She announced plan to launch a 6-month pilot project - from June to December2019 - starting at the Special Education School Compound in coastal Benguela province, which controls 700 children with some disorders.
The project, which is expected to cover the country’s 18 provinces, will ensure better living standards among children.
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