“The construction of the Integrated Technology Training Center (Cinfotec) of the province of Huambo (Angola) will start in January 2020”. These are the words of the technical support unit for the implementation of the project in the city of Huambo, released on September 19th.
Manuel Pimentel, who was speaking at the end of a meeting between the provincial governor, Joana Lina, with the Secretary of State for Labor and Social Security, Manuel de Jesus Moreira, wanted to emphasize that behind the realization of this work there is a donation from the Chinese government of 28 million dollars.
Three Chinese technical teams have recently carried out several inspections to verify the necessary conditions for the project to be carried out and completed within the established times. A project spokesman stated that construction work on the integrated technology training centre (the third in the country after the two built in Luanda), will last two years and the approved budget includes training for teachers who will work there.
The structure will host 28 laboratories and many study rooms where students will be able to follow the six seminars planned in Mechanics and production, Information technology, Meteorology, Electromedicine, Electricity and Mechatronics.
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