Luanda — The deputy minister of Science and Technology, Pedro Sebastião Teta, said Tuesday that the network project of media libraries of Angola aims at providing the country with a set of infrastructures using the latest technologies of information.
Pedro Teta was speaking at the inauguration of Luanda Media library presided over by the President José Eduardo dos Santos.
Accordding to him, the infrastructure provides the most varied means of dissemination of existing knowledge and learning, making available to the public, in particular, youth the access to knowledge generated locally and globally.
Built under the initiative of the President José Eduardo dos Santos, the media libraries are multimedia structures aimed at providing the access to various services and information media about the most different topics.
The Luanda-based Media library has 2,900 meters square of useful area, utilization capacity of two thousand people per day and an auditorium with a capacity of 120 seats.
It also has more than 12 places for people with reduced mobility, free Wifi system, 18 TV set, 40-seat cafeteria , reading spaces with capacity for 180 seats, 130 desktop computers and laptops.