7 November 2012

Angola: Women Must Participate in Rubbish Treatment Solutions

Menongue — The need for the Angolan women to play a greater role in the treatment, collecting and deposit of rubbish was defended on Wednesday here by the Environment Minister, Fátima Jardim, Angop has learnt.

The official said so during a meeting with women affected to MPLA woman wing (OMA) and other guests, adding that where is rubbish there is malaria, bad behavior, no civism, therefore women must play an important role in the matters of development of the society.

"We are here in Kuando-Kubango to launch a call to all women, families, youngsters and children, so that they can participate in this matter of woman development, as thus we will have an ecological Christmas and we can participate in the programme of the Government", she said.

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