5 December 2012

Angola: Satellite Image Shortage Hinders Conclusion of Cartographic Update

Luanda — Lack of satellite image in some localities of the country's inland is hindering the conclusion of updating process of the cartographic, an important tool for the Implementation of the general census of people and housing, Angop has learnt.

Among the localities lacking the satellite images stress goes to Lucala, Bolongongo and Quikulungo, in northern Kwanza-Norte Province as well as Bula Atumba ( Bengo).

Tomboco and Nóqui, in northern Zaire province are also affacted.

Angop also learnt that Huambo, Lunda-Sul, Kwanza-Norte, Bengo and Zaire are the provinces that have already concluded the process.

While the provinces of Lunda-Norte, Luanda, Moxico, Namibe, Kwanza-Sul, Cunene and Cabinda are in the conclusion process, and in Huila, Uije, Luanda, Benguela, Kuando-Kubango and Bié the process is still underway.

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