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Menongue will have a private university campus. First stone has already been cast

Jorge Carlos de Almeida Fonseca, former President of the Republic of Cape Verde, launched this Tuesday the first stone for the construction of a University Campus of the Instituto Superior Privado de Menongue (ISPPM). The infrastructure will be implemented in the Tchivonde district, in an area of about 8.76 hectares, within a time horizon of one year.


The project will comprise five phases. In the first stage, academic halls will be built with 55 rooms, laboratories, conference rooms, library, general management, support area for teachers and students, among others, budgeted at two million dollars, writes Angop.

According to Angop, the project will also include the construction of a building for the company Servi Forma, as well as blocks of academic and residential services, among others, estimated to be completed at around eight million dollars.

On the occasion, Jorge Carlos de Almeida Fonseca – invited by Fundação Piedoso as part of the ISPPM academic days – considered the implementation of the campus as an advance in the social, cultural, economic and well-being of the local community, in an action that strengthens relations between both countries, and supported the need for successive collaboration between the two countries in the Higher Education sector.

In turn, Elias Piedoso Chimuco, patron of the foundation, assured that the contractual date of 12 months for the execution of the first stage will be fulfilled, writes Angop.

In addition to laying the foundation stone for the campus, the former PR from Cape Verde inaugurated the ISPPM General Directorate building and led a master class on "The participation of young people in the process of consolidating democracy", as part of the opening of the academic days of the institute.

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