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Anthropology museum needs technicians for a collection of 6000 objects

The National Museum of Anthropology needs qualified human resources, namely linguists, sociologists, anthropologists, historians, among others, for the control and preservation of the more than 6000 objects in its collection, the management announced.


According to the director-general of the museum, Álvaro Jorge, the institution's organic statute provides for 45 employees, but the organization is operating with a number below the legal limit and with the needs of qualified technicians in several fields.

"We need linguists, sociologists, anthropologists, historians, conservatives, museologists and today no museum can develop if it does not have qualified human resources", stated Álvaro Jorge.

The official said that the museum currently has only six senior technicians, with departments without any senior technician, a situation that makes it difficult to articulate different activities.

"And it is difficult to articulate what we project for the museum's action, when we do not have qualified human resources", he shot.

Museography and restoration, animation, cultural education and research are some of the departments of the anthropology museum, located in the center of the province of Luanda, which receives 2000 visitors daily, mostly students.

The director of the institution was speaking after the signing of a Memorandum of Technical Cooperation for the Enhancement of Museum Collections, initialed together with the Goethe Institute, from Germany, and the Alliance Française, from Luanda.


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