Angola: Luanda Government Distributes Professional Kits

Luanda — The provincial government of Luanda distributed on Sunday 512 professional kits to co-operatives and means to disabled people, under the commemorations of the 37th anniversary of the country's independence, marked on 11 Novermber.

The ceremony took place at Family Square, Rangel municipality and it is a project of the provincial government of Luanda, in collaboration with the Ministry of Social Reintegration, dubbed "Let's Abandon the Streets".

The kits are for professions such as shoe shiners, barbers, mechanics, carpenters, tyre services, plumbers, electricians and sewers, among others.

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