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SOS Cape Verde and General Head for Education and Adults Training sign protocol

SOS Children's Villages Cape Verde and General Head for Education and Adults Training, DGEFA, signed in the afternoon of 17 May, at the National Office of SOS Cape Verde, located in Achada São Filipe, the protocol of cooperation between the two entities, valid for a period of three years.
The Director-General, Mr Florêncio Varela, welcomed the signing of this protocol that he does consider symbolic for being signed up during Family Month, added that the intervention of the institution is to ensure social and pedagogical integrations of children, adolescents and families, assuring them the fundamental right that is education. "We will intensify our interventions with this protocol, and help reducing illiteracy level and respond to the plan: education for all, he concluded."
In his short intervention, the National Director of SOS Children’s Villages of Cape Verde, Mr Dionísio Pereira, said to be an opportunity to meet the entire family for the reconfirmation of the will to work together, emphasizing that with technical support and bibliographical materials, but also with skilled co-workers from General Head for Education and Adults Training will be capital gains to access interventions in the communities.
This protocol has been signed to continue the previously signed by the parties involved on 30 September 2009, which aims were on the one hand, to harmonize the strategies of social inclusion for children and families who are socially disadvantaged to be able to get knowledge and training and on the other, to ensure conditions conducive to supporting the works that SOS Children's Villages Cape Verde has been developing with children, families and communities.