18 January 2013

Angola: Caluquembe Hospital's Repair Worth Four Billion Kwanzas

Lubango — At least four billion Kwanzas will be invested in the coming two years in the rehabilitation and enlargement of the Caluquembe residential and hospital complex, with the Synodal and Evangelical Church of Angola (Iesa), Angop has learnt.

This was announced by the IESA's chairperson, Reverend Diniz Marcolino Eurico, who added that the amount will be granted by the local provincial Government.

The works will comprise the construction of other hospital infrastructures, repair of access road to the mission, the biblical institute, the health basic school, the nutrition centre, and the boarding school.

The hospital was built in 1947 and was first rehabilitated in 1972 by Switzerland missionaries.

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