The data was presented this Friday, at a press conference. Those responsible - alongside the provincial director was the director of the Human Resources Office of the Government of the Province of Luanda - Samuel Sambo, also said that the process included applications from more than 1000 teachers with disabilities.
According to Filomena Carlos, the municipality of Luanda registered the largest number of applications, with a total of more than 7000 candidates. In Belas, more than 3000 teachers competed. The municipality of Cacuaco had 5000 registered students, while in Cazenga there were more than 6000 teachers registered. Applications also arrived from Ícolo and Bengo, with 6000 registered and from Quiçama, with 3000. Kilamba Kiaxi saw 3000 teachers register, the same number as in Talatona. The municipality of Viana also registered 3000 registrations.
According to Filomena Carlos, the publication of the lists will be made on the 31st of this month, and there is still a complaint period until the 9th of November. The entrance exams take place on November 10th, simultaneously across the country.
With regard to people with disabilities, they must present a medical document certifying their condition within the next five days (until November 25th).
This is the third public competition for professionals to enter the Education sector since 2018, the year in which more than 18,000 teachers were included in the education system. In 2019, 10,000 professionals were approved.
It was in 2021 that the Executive announced the holding of regular public competitions in the sector, with the intention of hiring more than 23,000 teachers, in order to fill the infrastructures that are being built across the country within the scope of the Integrated Plan for Intervention in Municipalities (PIIM).
Currently, the Education sector has more than 200,000 teachers.