15 February 2013

Angola: Official Stresses Education System Strategy for Development

Luanda — The director for training of the National Administration School (ENAD), Octavio Capita, Friday said one of the strategies for development of the country is the adequacy of the education system.

Speaking to the press during the presentation of the training programme, the director stressed the need for resources so that the citizen may enter an educational system that matches the period the country is experiencing.

The official said that the strategies are based on programme outlined by the government for 2012/2017 period, which provides for a long-term development strategy, dubbed "Angola 2025" on National Plan for Staff Training (PNFQ).

ENAD will start in 2013 the staff training of national programmes.

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