Cuito - Forty-eight new schools will be built this year (2020) in the nine municipalities of the central Bie province to cater for the 49,000 children who still remain outside the normal education system, said Wednesday the provincial governor, Pereira Alfredo.More about this news
Luanda - The second phase of the educational project dubbed "Mobile cinema in schools" was launched Monday in Luanda by Tondinha e Irmãos Lda company.
Huambo - A total of 568 classrooms to cater for 220,000 students will be built in the province of Huambo in 2019 as part of the Government's efforts to meet the school explosion and put an end to schools in improper places.
Sumbe - A health school estimated to have cost Akz 150 million ( Usd 1 is Akz 166) was inaugurated Thursday in Sumbe city, central Cuanza Sul province,
Soyo - At least one thousand five hundred and twenty students will be admitted in the new Polytechnic High School Institute of Soyo municipality, northern Zaire province, delivered on Wednesday to the Ministry of Education.
Cuito - The Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) "People In Need" of the Czech Republic will make available to the Provincial Directorate of Education, Science and Technology of central Bié province an application to facilitate the mapping of locations with a lack of schools and to arrange mechanisms to improve quality of education in communities.
Cuito - At least 2,400 students in Cuito Municipality, central Bié Province, will stop attending lessons in improper places, since new classrooms are to be inaugurated this year, assured last Wednesday the provincial governor, Álvaro Manuel de Boavida Neto.
Kuito - The administrator of the city of Kuito, central Bie province, Avis Vieira said, Monday, that there have been built new schools, that may start operating yet this year, with the aim of extending the school network and reduce the number of children who are still out of the education system in the region.
Cuito - A school of six classrooms, called "Moises Chilinga" was opened, Monday, in the municipality of Nharea, central Bie province, by the local governor, Álvaro Manuel Boavida Neto.