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School with capacity for around 150 young people will be built in Moxico

This Tuesday, the first lady of the Republic, Ana Dias Lourenço, laid the first stone for the construction of a high school in Moxico. Named ‘Liceu Eiffel’, the educational establishment, to be built on a construction area of 2900 square meters, will have capacity for approximately 150 young people.

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This project will have six classrooms, as well as four laboratories for Chemistry, Biology, Physics and IT, among other support areas.

According to Angop, the company Heros, Lda, Engenharia e Construção Civil is in charge of this project, which is expected to last around a year and a half.

As godmother of the aforementioned project, Ana Dias Lourenço said, at the time, that the venture could help increase access to education, as well as improve the quality of teaching.

In addition to laying the stone for the construction of the high school, the first lady also inaugurated the Santa Isabel girls' boarding school, having considered these two infrastructures as "important social facilities".

"Two important social facilities that will certainly contribute to increasing access to education, improving the quality of teaching and providing comprehensive and more humanized assistance, particularly for girls", she stated.

She also argued that education plays a key role in development. "I argue that it is not possible to address the problems that affect girls and women around the world without talking about education. It is not possible to talk about development and empowerment and sustainable development without talking about education. Combating inequalities requires that we guarantee equal opportunities for teaching, training and development of men and women from early childhood", she pointed out.

In her intervention, among other aspects, Ana Dias Lourenço also said that "the issues of education and integrated and sustainable development are issues that have always" moved her and to which she dedicates herself "as a personal commitment" that she now advocates "with added responsibility as First Lady, but also because of the importance of these sectors in transforming communities and developing human capital".

After similar projects were implemented in Bengo, Malanje, Cunene and Cuanza Norte, it is time for Moxico and Huambo to benefit from this social infrastructure, said Martin Deffontaines, general director of Total Energies.

In turn, Ernesto Muangala, governor of Moxico, took the opportunity to highlight the relevance of the initiative that could provide a free, quality and inclusive educational climate for young people in Moxico, especially those most in need, writes Angop.

According to the Provincial Government of Moxico, the high school, which is financed by companies in the oil sector, including Total Energies, is located in the Social da Juventude neighborhood, in front of the 11 de Novembro school.

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