16 June 2012

Angola: Lwini Foundation Donates Goods for Disabled People

Huambo — About one thousand and 80 disabled people benefited this Saturday in Huambo city, from wheelchairs, tricycles, crutches, Canadian peers and blankets, a gesture made by Lwini Foundation aimed at facilitating the movement of the beneficiaries and contributes in the reconstruction and development of the country.

During the symbolic act, which was witnessed by the provincial governor, Fernando Faustino Muteka, were given 50 pairs of crutches and an equal number of normal crutches, ten catalogues of the tricycles, a thousand blankets and 70 of the 100 wheelchairs expected.

By intervening, the vice-president of Lwini Foundation, Joana Lina, said that the institution will continue faithful to its main objective, which is to give people with disabilities an opportunity, a life capable of helping and look at the world differently, feeling part of this whole process of the country's reconstruction.

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