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Government reaffirms intention to build University Center in Moxico

The intention of building a Public University Center in Moxico, in order to reduce the dropout rate among students, due to the scarcity of resources, which is at 40 percent, as well as helping to develop teaching, was reaffirmed by the government province of Moxico.

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According to Angop, the construction of the aforementioned center will contribute to scientific production, as well as increasing the number of students and reducing the school dropout rate, which is, for the most part, caused by the lack of funds to attend private educational establishments.

Wilson Augusto, vice-governor for the technical area and infrastructures, clarified that the high dropout rate, as well as the lack of support infrastructures, has made higher education in that region "challenging", having indicated that among the main reasons that lead students to drop out of courses are financial difficulties in continuing their studies.

However, he considered that this scenario could be changed with the construction of a public university center designed by the executive, which will make it possible to accommodate a greater number of students in this education subsystem, writes Angop.

The person in charge, when intervening in the act of granting 800 new staff launched by the Instituto Superior Privado Walinga, also indicated, to be in preparation the project to build a provincial library with the aim of facilitating research and the promotion of academic culture, as well as creating policies to retain staff, alongside the need to diversify the training offer, especially in the fields of engineering, as some of the priorities of the executive.

Finally, he left an appeal to the new staff, asking them to adopt the role of agents of change, contributing positively to the country's progress.

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