Angola: Japan Invests About U.S.$ 400 Million in Health, Education

Balombo — Japan invested about USD 400 million (AKZ 40 trillion) in various social projects in Angola since 2005.

This was said to Angop on Wednesday in Balombo district, central Benguela province, by the Japanese ambassador to Angola, Ryozo Myoi.

According to him, the Money was invested in the construction of health posts and schools in the provinces of Moxico, Benguela and Lunda Sul.

He highlighted that one of the sector that counted on the Japanese investment was the field of demining.

Speaking to the press at the end of his visit in Balombo district, the diplomat secured that Japan will continue to invest in small projects in the sectors of education and health in regions outside Luanda.

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