Portugal co-finances education programme

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Luanda - Angola and Portugal on Friday signed a bilateral agreement in the area of education, as part of the programme called "Saber Mais" (Knowing More), worth 3.85 million euros.

The programme is in its third phase covering the provinces of Luanda and Bié, with 3.1 million euros provided by Portuguese cooperation and 750,000 euros from Angola.

The programme aims to train teachers, as part of the training of trainers, in Portuguese language, maths, special education, as well as boosting the teaching staff of the "Mutu Ya Kevela" high school, and support for revitalising inspection and pedagogical supervision and in the area of learning

According to the Portuguese Minister of State and Foreign Affairs, Augusto Santos Silva, who was speaking after the close of the Council of Ministers of the Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries (CPLP), it will start from next school year and is aimed at training trainers.

The programme is in its third phase covering the provinces of Luanda and Bié, with 3.1 million euros provided by Portuguese cooperation and 750,000 euros from Angola.

The programme aims to train teachers, as part of the training of trainers, in Portuguese language, maths, special education, as well as boosting the teaching staff of the "Mutu Ya Kevela" high school, and support for revitalising inspection and pedagogical supervision and in the area of learning

According to the Portuguese Minister of State and Foreign Affairs, Augusto Santos Silva, who was speaking after the close of the Council of Ministers of the Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries (CPLP), it will start from next school year and is aimed at training trainers.