26 June 2012

Angola: Moxico Govt to Invest Over Akz 6.0 Billion in 2013

Luena — At least AKZ 6.8 billion was the budget approved by the eastern Moxico province for the 2013 economic exercise, comprising 38 several action, under the Public Investments Programme (PIP).

This information was released to the press on Monday at the end of 4th extraordinary session by the spokesman of Moxico government, Duarte Cauaha.

The spokesman pointed out as priority the sectors of education, health, energy, water and basic sanitation.

According to him, other sectors will also benefit from the programme in the framework of the municipal integrated programmes for rural development and fighting poverty.

During the meeting, the local government officials assessed the implementation pace of the recommendations of the third extraordinary session held in the first fortnight in June.

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