Luanda — The Angolan Government considered imperative to continue with training project for teachers in maths and science subjects, with a view to ensure the strengthening and enhancement of skills, abilities and attitudes of teachers.
This was said by the deputy minister of Education, Narciso Benedito in his speech delivered at the formal ceremony to deliver the textbooks of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Pedagogy prepared by the Angolan teachers who attended a training in Kenya.
According to Narciso Benedito, the assessment of the results of the implementation of the first phase of the project, assisted by Japanese aid agency JICA, indicates the need of regular implementation with the support of the various relevant services of the Ministry of Education, at central and provincial level as a way to ensure its expansion across the country.
To this purpose, the official said that MED approved the use of the referred manuals in all secondary education schools in Angola, with the material of support to the teacher, in order to improve the teaching practices in class rooms.
Acccording to Japanese ambassador to Angola, Ryozo Myoi, the human resources are indispensable tools for development, having considered a great honour to be in the ceremony of hand over of textbooks, which will contribute to the future of the education sector in Angola.