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The construction of Malange Youth Village (Cidadela) started officially on August 3rd 2017 and should be concluded within 8 months at the beginning of April 2018. First stone ceremony took place yesterday, August 15th.
Feople present at the ceremony:
From Focus Education:
Fernando Ferreira (Mitrelli Public Relations Department)
From Malange Govnerment:
Malange Governador, Vice-Governador and their staff.
From the Local Administration:
Administrador Municipal de Caculama, Administrador adjunto and all their staff
From MAPTESS: Dr. Leonel and Mr. André.
Also all Sobas from the nearby municipality, Newspaper and radio press, TPA, local population and others.
Training sessions dates: 3/7 – 7/7, 2017.
Entrepreneurial women learn about management in times of crisis
Over 120 women entrepreneurs from state and political institutions learned about management and strategic management in times of crisis based on Israel’s experience.
Deputies received training in management in times of crisis
More than 100 cadres from the National Assembly, MPs, directors and senior technicians, received a lecture about strategic management and administration in times of crisis in the light of Israel’s experience. The initiative was of the Association of Managers and Administrators of Angola, AGAA, supported by the company Focus Education, a subsidiary of the Mitrelli Group.
The Association of Managers and Administrators of Angola is holding a public presentation ceremony on Friday in Luanda.
A communication, sent to the Jornal de Angola yesterday, informs that the ceremony will be marked by a symposium, during which the topics “Management and administration as professions”, “The national and international economy in the current context ” and “The contribution of professional management / administration in the development of public and private institutions”.
Date: 24/03, 15:00
Location: Centro De Conferencia Do Belas
Economic advisor and university professor, Gadi Lipiner, said that Angola is moving at a good pace to diversify its economy. He stresses that the process should be based on the promotion of micro and small enterprises. For him, the experience of Israel, which has experienced several moments of crisis, may work in Angola.