14 January 2013

Angola: New Culture Projects Estimated At Over 18 Billion Kwanzas

Lubango — The Angolan government will invest 18.7 billion kwanzas in the construction and rehabilitation of various infrastructures of Culture sector in southern Huila province, under the development programme of the province for 2013/2017.

The information was released by provincial director of Culture Maria Marcelina Gomes when speaking to the reporters on the Culture Week, January 8.

The official highlighted, among several tasks, construction of a culture house, publishing house and bookstore that will allow the artists to produce and publish their works.

The project also foresees the construction of appropriate infrastructure to develop cultural activities and construction of an exhibition center, provincial library and six municipal.

The official also referred to the construction of the rehabilitation of the Cultural and Recreational Center of Lubango, garden of the founders square, nameplate identifying monuments and sites.

Construction of the provincial historical archive, higher school of arts, cultural kiosks, as well as the rehabilitation of the missions in Tchivinguiro (Humpata), Catholic Jau (Chibia), Chicomba, and the Synodal Church of Angola (IESA) in Caluquembe, are also included in four years period.

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