Youth minister pledges support for E-MASTER youth project

  • Ministra da juventude e desporto Ana Paula Sacramento (centro), recebe mentores do projeco IMOSTER
Luanda – Angola’s minister of Youth and Sports Ana Paula do Sacramento Neto reiterated availability to support the project launched by young people, dubbed EMASTER and aimed to reinforce the distance learning.

The official said so at the end of project presentation by Evando Nhoca and Veloso Londa, computer engineers who attended training abroad.

The minister said that she was willing to support the young people in registering and developing the project. 

The work will be carried out in partnership with the Ministries of Education, High Education, Telecommunications, Information Technology and Mass Communication. 

The minister said that the country needs an ambitious project in this period of Covid-19 pandemic. 

“We will continue to work with the youth, because it is in difficulties you will find a way to develop which should be used and supported”, said the minister.  

The official said so at the end of project presentation by Evando Nhoca and Veloso Londa, computer engineers who attended training abroad.

The minister said that she was willing to support the young people in registering and developing the project. 

The work will be carried out in partnership with the Ministries of Education, High Education, Telecommunications, Information Technology and Mass Communication. 

The minister said that the country needs an ambitious project in this period of Covid-19 pandemic. 

“We will continue to work with the youth, because it is in difficulties you will find a way to develop which should be used and supported”, said the minister.