28 December 2011

Angola: INAC Prioritises Children Rights Protection Network in 2012

Caxito — The need to extend the network to protect children rights in Bengo province is a priority of the provincial department of the National Children Institute (INAC) for 2012, said Wednesday in Caxito, its director, Luciano Chila.

Speaking to ANGOP, the director said that the need is due to the fact that it is an activity that is inferred within the organ and children commitment highly established.

He explained that in addition to the extension of networks to protect the rights of the children, the institution will also make efforts to train human resources capable to answer with the expectations of the INAC.

Luciano Chila also said it is necessary that parents begin to change attitudes and give care, love and training to the children so that they grow up healthy and educated.

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