4 December 2012

Angola: Andulo's High Agrarian Institute Places in Market Over 70 New Technicians

Andulo — Seventy-nine high school technicians were recently trained by the High Agrarian Institute (IMA) of Andulo, central Bié Province, in the courses of agricultural mechanisation, vegetables production and animal production, following which they received their diplomas.

According to António Santo Sicato, director of the school, this is the fourth course of the institution that culminates with the access of several trained youths to the employment market.

He appealed to the youth to use their knowledge for the development of the Angolan nation, stressing that this training in the agricultural field is very important for the country.

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