Mon, 02 Apr 2012 11:48 - Updated Mon, 02 Apr 2012 11:48
Angola at African forum on science and technology
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Luanda– Angola is attending since Sunday the African Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation for Youth’s Employment, Human Capital Development and Inclusive Growth, happening on 1-3 April in Nairobi in Kenya.
The delegation,led by the Minister of Science, Technology and Higher Education, Maria Candida Teixeira Pereira, comprises the national director of scientific research, Domingos Neto, director of exchange and international relations office, Alexandre Costa, technical and administrative secretary of the national council of science and technology, Rita Mamed and director of minister’s office, Julius Almeida, among other senior officers of the referred ministry.
During the event, said the Angolan minister, she will present the participants with information on everything that has been done in recent years in Angola as regards the development of the sciences and technologies, as well as she will review the approved National Policy on Science and Technology and its strategy.
Before the ministerial meeting to be held on April 3, the issues to be discussed will be debated in meetings of experts that will prepare the documents for the ministerial meeting.