Luanda - At least 120 women have reinforced their technical abilities for mutual cooperation aimed at taking action for the insertion of gender equality in decision-making mechanisms and the implementation of public policies in gender issues in the provinces of Bié and Huíla, as part of the FOCO III project.More about this news
Lisbon - The National Director for Information of the Angolan Media Ministry, Rui Vasco, reaffirmed on Thursday in Lisbon the commitment of this sector towards the training of professionals of this field to improve their performance.
Luanda - At least 137 Trainers from Primary Teaching Schools across the country are benefiting from the first stage of permanent training, under Learning Project for All (PAT) of Education Ministry.
Luanda- The United States is available to continue supporting the Angolan government's efforts to train young people to contribute to the country's economic and social growth.
Cabinda - At least 30 journalists of different Media outlets are taking part in a workshop on technologies and online media, including fake news, started Thursday in northern Cabinda province.
Luanda - The National Employment and Vocational Institute (INEFOP) trained in 2018 about 48,818 youths nationwide, said on Thursday the minister of Public Administration, Labour and Social Security (MAPTSS), Jesus Maiato.
Huambo -The Public Finance Institute (INFORFIP) will continue to train journalists in several issues related to public finance, so as to enable them to better inform the citizens on the ongoing reforms in the sector.
Mbanza Kongo - At least thirty-two university students from the provinces of Cuanza Norte, Uíge and Zaire, will take part as from Tuesday in Mbanza Kongo in a training seminar on entrepreneurship promoted by the non-governmental organization Development Workshop (DW).
Luanda - The economic transformation agenda of Angola entails a strong commitment to training quality as the country needs autonomous and solidarity men to ensure skilled professionals.