MINTTICS supports technological initiative developed by women

  • Mario Oliveira, secretary of State for Telecommunications and IT
Luanda – The secretary of State for Telecommunications and IT, Mário Augusto de Oliveira, on Thursday, in Luanda, expressed support for technological initiatives developed by women.

Mário Augusto de Oliveira, who spoke at the opening of the VI forum "Girls and ICTs", representing the minister of Telecommunications Information and Social Communication Technology, Manuel Homem, underlined that technologies play an important role in the economy and in the development of the country, being notable, in this sector, the participation of women with their know-how, knowledge and dedication.

 

"The country can be proud that in the last few years there has been a considerable increase in the number of women in this world of technology, since with this contribution significant steps have been taken in technological development," he underlined.

 

He said, on the other hand, that the forum served to honour and encourage Angolan girls, for the future of telecommunications sciences and information technologies, as well as to encourage young women to embrace the ICT career.

 

In the end, he launched a challenge to all Angolan girls, in the sense of joining the technological sciences, as it is an important space in society.

 

The event that took place under the motto "Contacting girls, creating brighter futures" also analyzed the themes "The inclusion of women in ICTs" and "The trajectory of women who inspire women".

Mário Augusto de Oliveira, who spoke at the opening of the VI forum "Girls and ICTs", representing the minister of Telecommunications Information and Social Communication Technology, Manuel Homem, underlined that technologies play an important role in the economy and in the development of the country, being notable, in this sector, the participation of women with their know-how, knowledge and dedication.

 

"The country can be proud that in the last few years there has been a considerable increase in the number of women in this world of technology, since with this contribution significant steps have been taken in technological development," he underlined.

 

He said, on the other hand, that the forum served to honour and encourage Angolan girls, for the future of telecommunications sciences and information technologies, as well as to encourage young women to embrace the ICT career.

 

In the end, he launched a challenge to all Angolan girls, in the sense of joining the technological sciences, as it is an important space in society.

 

The event that took place under the motto "Contacting girls, creating brighter futures" also analyzed the themes "The inclusion of women in ICTs" and "The trajectory of women who inspire women".