15 January 2013

Angola: Minister Stresses Partners' Contributions to Staff Training

Luanda — The minister of Higher Education, Adão do Nascimento, Tuesday in Luanda said that the contributions from partners are very relevant and justify the existence and presentation of the National Staff Training Programme (PNFQ).

The Cabinet minister recalled this when speaking to the press after the presentation of PNFQ to the civil society.

"We remain pleased because the contributions received are very relevant and justify the existence and presentation of PNFQ as well as the broad guidelines for development of higher education in the country," he said.

He said that these data will also help enrich the Action Plan of Higher Education Ministry and consequently the actions of educational institutions.

According to the official, after gathering all necessary conditions the results will start emerging from the coming years, as this plan is designed to take effect from 2013 to 2020.

But for being a starting project it will coincide with the academic year ahead.

Meanwhile, the chairman of Industrial Association of Angola (AIA), José Severino, said that the civil society has been contributing to the success and broadening of PNFQ.

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