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http://www.cifralangola.com - LUANDA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL A CIFRAL através do seu Cliente, CASAIS, forneceu e instalou diversos sistemas de aluminío Navarra N15 000 para a Luanda International School. CIFRAL | (244) 923326083 | LUANDA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL http://www.cifralangola.com A CIFRAL Comércio Indústria e Prestação de Serviços Lda, é especialista na área da produção e caixilharia de alumínio e estruturas metálicas destinadas à arquitectura e construção civil.
In Luanda, Angola communities work together with local authorities to improve their lives. Meet Rosa. She is 6 years old and lives in Kilamba Kiaxi, Luanda. She goes to school in a tent. When it rains, the school is flooded and classes are cancelled. Rosie's aunt, Teresa Junqueira, is working with the community and local government to make the construction of a school a reality in their community. In Portuguese with English subtitles. Featured interviews: Eliseu Melo, Luanda Urban Poverty Programme (LUPP). Alfredo Fransico, Kilamba Kiaxi Municipal Education Section. Alfredo Teixeira - United Nations Development Program UNDP. Vice Minister Mota Liz, Ministry of Territorial Administration (MAT). Fernando Pacheco, Action for Rural and Environmental Development (ADRA). Ilda de Jesus Chiyo, L...
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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has visited a vocational school in the Angolan capital Luanda. The school has been partly funded by China. During the visit, premier stressed the importance of people-to-people exchanges between the two countries.
The life of expats and angolans transformed by the spirit of serving
Angola, Africa's 2nd largest crude oil producer, is home to a significant burst of infrastructure development. As CCTV's Julie Scheier reports from its' capital, Luanda, there is an infrastructure and property boom around the capital likely to impress any visitor.
A year in the life of Angola's only music school, situated in Luanda, the capital of Angola, and one of the world's poorest and most dangerous places. Following five characters, this film reveals not only their struggle with their country's war-ravaged past, but also their musical passion and ambition. Imagine living in a culture where your one true passion, the thing you enjoyed doing more than anything else, is frowned upon. Imagine not eating for 3 days, just so that you can feed that passion. Imagine surviving civil war, fighting for your childhood, only to face opposition from your own family for pursuing your new found freedom. Imagine how great it would be to have a passion that you cared about this much. Filmed and Directed by: Phil Grabsky co-filmed by:David Not...
Using Guy Claxton's split screen teaching approach in a year 3 PYP classroom.