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Fri, 20 Sep 2019 17:55 - Updated Fri, 20 Sep 2019 17:55

Angola, UNESCO sign agreement on doctoral training programme

Luanda - Angola and the United Nations Science, Education and Culture Organisation (UNESCO) have signed an agreement in Luanda on the National Doctoral Training Programme in Science, Technology and Innovation (PNFD- CTI).

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Under the agreement, signed on the sidelines of the Luanda Biennial - Pan-African Forum for the Culture of Peace, started on 18th this month, UNESCO will make available to Angola funds to support for the implementation of this programme.

The agreement provides for the establishment and management of a PhD scholarship mechanism to train 165 PhDs by 2027, capacity building and infrastructure for Angolan scientific research institutions.

The Angolan Government will support the secondment of Angolan officials to UNESCO to support the implementation of the PNFD-CTI.

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