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Commission considers proposals for five new private universities

The draft presidential decrees authorizing the creation of five private universities, aimed at training staff at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in various areas, were analyzed, this Monday, by the Committee for Social Policy of the Council of Ministers.


At stake are – according to a Government statement, to which VerAngola had access – the  Escola Superior Técnica de Saúde do Huambo (Huambo), the Instituto Superior Privado Rei Luhuna (Cunene), the Instituto Superior Privado Kiaxi (Luanda), the Instituto Superior Católico do Lubango (Huíla) and the Instituto Superior Privado Wacu Kungo (Cuanza Sul).

In the fourth ordinary session, which was guided by Dalva Ringote Allen, Minister of State for the Social Area, the commission also analyzed "the draft diploma that establishes the standards relating to the specialized training process in the National Health Service, which aims to enable nursing graduates to exercise autonomously and technically differentiated in a health area, and the award of the corresponding specialist degree", states the note.

With these initiatives, the statement adds, the Government wants to continue promoting the "satisfaction of training needs at the level of Higher Education", meeting the demand for "access to training provided in this education subsystem, as well as implementing the national policy of promoting employment and valorization of national human resources".

The meeting also served to analyze a proposal for an Inclusion and Support Plan for People with Disabilities 2023-2027, whose document "integrates the objectives, programs and actions to be materialized by the Executive to support, protect and promote greater and better integration of this social group ", completes the statement.


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