The city of Luanda will on 18-19 June this year, host the International Forum on vocational Education for Poverty Reduction among young vulnerable people, an event that is to be co-organised by the Ministry of Public Administration, Labour and Social Security (MAPTSS) and the Chinese Foundation for Youth Development.
According to a press note, for two days, scholars and international organization officials, members of the civil society, representatives of firms and educational institutions will analyse the Chinese experience in the field of vocational education and its contribution to the creation of employment and poverty reduction in the African continent.
The organisers have said that the creation of a vocational school in Angola is a typical case of a deep co-operation between China and Africa in the professional training field, with a view to fighting poverty in the continent.
It will be attended by representatives from South Africa, Cameroon, Chad, Ethiopia, Ghana, Madagascar, Mozambique, Nigeria, Uganda, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Zambia and the African Union.
The Chinese experience is being implemented in Angola, with the inauguration of a vocational training school located in Kilamba City, Luanda Province.