Havana - At least 1,700 Angolan citizens are attending graduation, Master’s and Doctorate courses in the Republic of Cuba, the Angolan minister of Higher Education, Maria do Rosário Sambo, has said.More about this news
Cuito - The Order of Nurses of Angola (ORDEFA) in the province of Bié defended the improvement of working conditions in nursing technical training schools, aiming at maintaining rigor and training qualified personnel, taking into account the complexity in the practice of the profession.
Mbanza Kongo - At least thirty two health workers linked to malaria, reproductive health, epidemiological surveillance and statistics in health units in Zaire province concluded a training session on health information systems on Friday in Mbanza Kongo.
Ondjiva - At least 136 health workers from the six municipalities that make up the province of Cunene are taking part Wednesday from a training seminar on the introduction of the new injectable poliomyelitis vaccine.
Luanda - The lack of medicines in the sector is mainly caused by the non compliance with the norms on registration, control and management of logistical means, said last Monday in Luanda the secretary of State for Public Health, Manuel Dias da Cunha.
Luanda - The implementation of the health information and management system in the health sector will ensure better tool to plan, monitor and draft data-based strategies to better understand the incidence of diseases in different regions.
Cuito - The Vice Governor of central Bie province, Carlos Ulombe da Silva, inaugurated the first technical-scientific nursing day on Wednesday.
Ondjiva - At least 75 Angola Red Cross volunteers in southern Cunene province ended on Thursday in Ondjiva, a seminar equipping them with techniques to handle acute diarrhoea.
Luanda - The State secretary for Health, Carlos Alberto Masseca, Monday, in Luanda said that he hopes internal doctors trained in the country can be able to solve health problems facing Angolans and have the competence to work anywhere in the world.