13 January 2013

Angola: Luanda Government to Build Orthopaedic Hospital in Catete

Icolo E Bengo — The deputy governor of Luanda for technical matters, Antonio Resende, announced Saturday in the municipality of Icolo e Bengo the construction of an orthopaedic hospital in the Catete commune, with a view to helping especially victims of accidents.

Speaking to the press after the field work of the governor of Luanda, Bento Bento, to the municipality of Icolo e Bengo, the official defended that the vision of building the facility in the region comes in the light of several road accidents that happen, oftentimes on the road that connects this district with the rest of the country.

Apart from the hospital, he said, it is in the portfolio of the government of Luanda the construction of social facilities with more emphasis on schools and medical centres, waiting upon the approval of the State Budget of 2013 for implementation.

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