4 January 2013

Angola: Operation of Socioeconomic Infrastructures Marks 2012

The functioning of various social and economic projects marked the year 2012 in the coastal Kwanza Sul province, Angop learned.

In the social field the year was marked by the integration of new teachers and nurses, the starting of operation of the new building of the Higher Education Sciences Institute, the notary services, new schools, health centres and homes to accommodate teachers and nurses.

On the other hand, in the economic sector, highlight went to the inauguration of four one-stop shop for entrepreneur and launch of a cereal production project.

Delivery of plots of land of "Terra Futura" project to agricultural entrepreneurs, basic school for agricultural technicians of Catófe, agricultural warehouse and new cold storage for Peskwanza fish, also marked the economic field in the region.

In order to meet people's needs, the provincial Government also pledged to recover road infrastructures in the region.

In the political sphere, the year was marked by the holding of the main event on the celebrations of the 51th anniversary of the beginning of the armed struggle and the elections on 31 August.

In the sport field, the province won, through the local "Recreativo do Libolo" club, the national football first division championship.

In the field of culture, the year was marked by the 12th edition of the International Music Festival of Sumbe (FestiSumbe).

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