To further expand and foster innovation in Education in Santa Catarina, the secretaries of Foreign Affairs, Juliano Froehner, and National Affairs, Vânia Franco, together with the manager of Institutional and Governmental Relations of ACAFE (Santa Catarina Association of Educational Foundations), Adriano Rodrigues, had meetings this Wednesday (19) at the Israeli and South Korean embassies in Brasília-DF.
“We proposed partnerships with both countries to access best practices and methodological and technological tools that can further improve the knowledge of the more than 140,000 students who are part of the ACAFE system,” said Froehner.
The Association intends, together with the Government of Santa Catarina, to send representatives of the institution and from Santa Catarina’s secretariat on a mission to exchange expertise in the countries. The trip is scheduled for November this year.
At the Israeli Embassy, Santa Catarina representatives were received by the country’s ambassador to Brazil, Daniel Zohar Zonshine, who saw this idea with excellent eyes and made himself available to favorably intervene with Israeli educational institutions for the mission of Santa Catarina’s delegation.
At the South Korean Embassy, the secretaries of state and the ACAFE manager spoke with Haneul Seong, who is responsible for the cultural and educational area. She was also available to intercede for the mission and asked for more details about the project.
In the federal capital, Juliano Froehner also met with the Secretary of Foreign Trade at the Ministry of Economy, Tatiana Prazeres, to discuss intentions and joint projects for foreign trade in Santa Catarina.
With information from SAN