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The Order of Engineers of Mozambique is seeking to muster the experience of organisations in Portuguese-speaking countries to help prevent climate change and to this end is holding the Third Portuguese-speaking Engineering Congress (CELP), with participants from Portugal, PALOP and Macau, in Maputo on September 12 and 13 next week.
Ibrahimo Remane, a member of the Order of Engineers of Mozambique, said yesterday that it was time for the country to be more proactive in responding to climate change, and that the arrival of the Macau delegation of engineers in particular would reinforce engineering knowledge in Mozambique.
This event aims to establish an engineering communications platform for Portuguese-speaking countries cognisant of the socioeconomic realities of those countries, as well as highlighting business opportunities for engineers and engineering companies.
It is also intended to promote direct contact between the entities responsible for the development of public policies in the various countries, in order to foster synergies and multilateral contacts.
During the congress, subjects related to mobility, mineral resources, water and the professional practice of engineering will also be discussed.
Event organisers expect to see about 200 delegates from Mozambique, Angola, Cape Verde, Brazil, Portugal, Sao Tome and Principe and Macau participating in the congress.
Full programme HERESource: Rádio Moçambique