Luanda — The "Net" project in the II cycle high education schools, jointly implemented by the Ministry of Education (MED) and mobile phone companies "Unitel" and "HUAWEI" will start later February its second phase.
The information was released by the director general of general Education, Luísa Grilo.
Speaking to Angop, the director said that the digital inclusion project will cover the country's 18 provinces, adding that the first was extended to the provinces of Bie, Cabinda, Luanda, Benguela, Kwanza Norte, Malanje, Huambo Uige, Huila.
While the second phase foresees to benefit the provinces of Zaire, Moxico, Kuando Kubango, Kwanza Sul, Bengo, Lunda Norte, Lundaul, Namibe and Cunene.
Started in 2012, the project aims at supporting the MED at start up to the computer subject, benefiting two schools in each province.