20 August 2012

Angola: Training of Trainers for 2013 Population Census Starts

Photo: IRIN
Residents of Lumbala N'Guimbo (file photo).

Luanda — The National Statistics Institute (INE), attached to the Angolan Planning Ministry started Monday in Luanda the training process of the initial trainers for pilot census, scheduled for October 2012, paving the way for 2013 population census.

According to the coordinator of the training subcommittee, Salvador Ferreira, in this first phase INE will train 47 young people.

The process will cover 7 provinces; Luanda, Huambo, Cunene, Namibe, Kwando Kubango, Kwanza Norte and Uige, which will consequently, train field agents, in those provinces, announced the official.

According to him, the training is part of the future population census in Angola, an activity that will cover all the country.

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Angola Prepares for 2013 Census

Residents of Lumbala N'Guimbo (file photo).

The training of enumerators for the pilot census has started in preparation for the population census next year. Read more »