Luanda - At least 500.000 citizens will learn how to read and write in this school year in the adult education subsystem, under the Ministry of Education (MED) Action Plan to intensify youth and adult literacy at national level.More about this news
Luanda - The minister of Education, Maria Cândida Teixeira, said last Wednesday in Luanda that over four million Angolans, aged between 15 and 35, are still considered illiterate, meaning they cannot write and read.
Camabatela - At least 25.618 citizens of both genders were taught to read and write between 2007 and 2017, in the municipality of Ambaca, northern Cuanza Norte province within the framework of Literacy and School Acceleration Programme (PAAE).
Luanda - At least 500,000 citizens were taught to read and write throughout the country during this year, in the framework of the literacy process, Education Minister Pinda Simão said Friday in Luanda.
Luanda - The Government of Luanda Province (GPL) intends to intensify the literacy process in order to reach the goals set for 2025, with the aim to eradicate illiteracy and provide the citizens with a valuable tool to ensure human and country's development.
Luanda - At least 100.000 materials for literacy were handed over on Tuesday in Luanda by the Chinese ambassador to Angola, Cui Aimin, to José Eduardo dos Santos Foundation (FESA), as part of the cooperation between the two institutions.
Saurimo - The provincial government of the eastern Lunda Sul province recognised Monday the commitment and dedication of literacy teachers, churches and youth organisations to the success of the National Literacy Acceleration Programme (NALAP), aimed at eradicating illiteracy in the communities.
Luanda - The national director for Adults Education, Maculu Valentim Afonso, has recently defended in Luanda the need for a greater divulgence in media organs of activities related to the literacy process in the country, due to the current achieved percentage of 70% of literate people, which resulted from the efforts and hard work carried out by the Ministry of Education at this level.
Luanda - Angola's minister of Education, Pinda Simão Monday in Luanda said the mobilization of civil society, training of literacy teachers of education subsystem of adults and the accession of social partners to literacy process have contributed to reduction of illiteracy rate in the country.