Spanish firm builds fisheries school in Angola

10 November 2014

Spanish company Incatema Consulting plans in January 2015 to begin construction of the Fisheries School in Luanda, Angola, as part of a contract awarded for US$98.3 million, according to the contract signed with the Fishing Ministry.

The project is intended to “improve the training of human resources” in the sector, in Luanda and will replace a similar school in operation in Cacuaco district in the same province, which was partially destroyed by rain in 2007.

Training courses are expected to continue for sailors, mechanics, machinery mechanics, shipbuilding electricity, electronics cooling, welding, IT and English and the school will receive about 300 boarding students.

Incatema Consulting is a consulting and engineering company, established in 1994 and specialises in agriculture, rural development, agro-industry, food processing and water resources and is also involved, but to a lesser extent, in fisheries and aquaculture. (macauhub/AO)