Korea builds computerization center in Angola
Korea has financially supported Angola to take a step forward into the information society.
Korea has lent the African country $35 million from its Economic Development Cooperation Fund (EDCF) and has constructed a national data center (NDC) there, to handle its state information. The EDCF is a state fund set up in 1987 to help developing countries carry out economic projects.
The Export-Import Bank of Korea, operator of the international fund, said that with the center, Angola will be able to improve their capabilities in integrating and processing state data as well as producing skilled manpower in information and communications technology and expanding online distance learning.
Angola will hold an NDC dedication ceremony in its capital Luanda on June 22.