Angola: OMA and OMM Strengthen Partnership for Joint Work

Luanda — The secretary general of the Mozambican Women Organisation (OMM), Amélia Franklin said on Friday that her institution is sister of the Angolan ruling party's women wing (OMA), to whom it hopes to strengthen the partnership for joint work.

The OMM official said so to Angop, shortly after her arrival in Luanda.

Amelia Franklin will take over from her counterpart Luzia Inglês the post of Coordinator of the African Region of Women's International Democratic Federation (WIDF), which was in charge of Angola until April this year.

The Mozambican delegation will be received in audience by the Vice-president of the ruling MPLA party, Roberto de Almeida and the provincial first secretary of the party in Luanda, Bento Bento.

Under the visiting programme, the Mozambican delegation will visit national and provincial headquarters of OMA in Luanda and Heroin square.

Angola was elected for the post of vice presidency at WIDF congress held from 8-12 April this year in Brazil.

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