This project is the result of a partnership between the Angolan Media Library Network and the production company B2W Arte e Produções. The objective is to face the education deficit in the national territory.
According to Angop, the channel will have 58 programmes - reproduced in stages - of which the 'Tele Classes', which will teach chemistry, biology and English, the 'Spell', a Portuguese language skills competition and the 'Quid Barra', a mathematical skill competition which will test candidates up to the age of 16, stand out.
The programme will highlight the teaching of subjects in the school curriculum, with qualified teachers from all education subsystems, from primary to higher.
The general director of the Angola Media Library Network, Bengui Saúca, stressed that this is the first initiative of its kind in the country. To Angop, he highlighted the Government's effort to create media libraries that integrate training rooms where the channel's contents can be broadcast.
The director of the 'Angolan Educational Channel', Anastácio Afonso, clarified that the objective is to be a "television school" that should reach the entire public, whether or not it is in the education system, becoming an auxiliary.
He explained that the channel will also have civic and moral content, so that it can also influence the education of people who are in jails, hospitals and isolated villages.