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Brazil commits to supporting training of 3620 Angolan health professionals

This Tuesday, Brazil committed to supporting the training of 3620 Angolan health professionals through the official launch of the cooperation agreement in the presence of the Angolan and Brazilian Ministers of Health.

: Julia Prado/MS
Julia Prado/MS  

The "Brazil-Angola Health Human Resources Training Program", whose objective is to strengthen Angola's public health system, was officially launched by the two ministers, Sílvia Lutucuta and the Brazilian Nísia Trindade, at an event promoted in Brasília.

The initiative, explained the Brazilian Government, follows the visit of the President, Lula da Silva, in August 2023, and following a request made by the Angolan Government.

Technical cooperation would come to fruition in November, following the holding of the binational training workshop for human resources in health, in Luanda.

According to the Brazilian Government, the initiative included, above all, the training of Angolan professionals in Brazil in various teaching modalities, such as doctorates, masters, specialization, additional internships, among others.

"To date, the teaching programs offered by Brazilian institutions have already accepted around 200 Angolan health professionals", detailed, in a statement, the Brazilian Cooperation Agency of the Brazilian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Of the 3620 places available in 28 Brazilian public educational institutions, 3120 are allocated to distance learning courses and 500 for face-to-face teaching.


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