Of the 19 medals won, according to Angop, three are gold, six are silver and the remaining 10 are bronze.
Regarding medals, three were won by the province of Namibe.
According to a note from the Provincial Government of Namibe, to which VerAngola had access, "the feat was carried out by engineer Paulino Alves, who collected a silver medal with the Citizen Support Guiché project, and two bronze medals with the ECOMAP and the Chronicles of Njinga Mbande".
With 32 registered projects, the national delegation took initiatives related to the environment and the social area to this edition (74th edition of IENA). This work was carried out at the universities Agostinho Neto, Metodista de Angola, Mandume Ya Ndemufayo and Instituto Politécnico de Ondjva – Cunene, writes Angop.
Furthermore, it should be noted that the national delegation was made up of ten people, including representatives of universities and inventors from the provinces of Luanda, Cunene and Namibe.
In the previous edition, which took place last year, Angola brought home a total of 14 medals (three gold, two silver and nine bronze).
According to a statement from the government of Namibe, the fair is an event organized every year, where "a wide range of inventions, innovations and solutions to different problems in the world are presented".