26 June 2012

Angola: Ambassador to Mozambique Calls for Reflection On CPLP Education

Luanda — Angola's ambassador to Mozambique, Isaias Jaime Vilinga, Tuesday in Maputo, called for a deep reflection on the quality of teaching in the Community of Portuguese-speaking Countries (CPLP), as well as its impact on society.

The diplomat made the appeal while addressing the forum on the phenomenon of education within the CPLP, organized by the Portugal-based House of Mozambique.

The diplomat also defended in his speech the need for governments of the Community of Portuguese-speaking Countries to undertake a major investment in the education sector in order for complete eradication of illiteracy and children out of the education system.

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