- May 5, 2016
- Posted by: ABO Capital
- Category: Publications by Zandre Campos
Angola needs an educated workforce to diversify from oil dependence and compete in the global knowledge-based economy. The intellectual capital of its people will form the basis of the country’s future prosperity.
The Angolan education system is still recovering from the total disruption caused by the civil war. During the war years, schooling ceased completely in some cities. Many Angolans fled abroad. Certainly things have improved over the last 14 years since the war ended.