29 January 2013

Angola: Lucala Administration Invests Over 200 Million Kwanzas in Social Projects

Lucala — Two hundred and 14 million kwanzas is the amount invested in 2012 by the administration of Lucala Municipality, in the northern Kwanza Norte Province, in various social projects as part of the Municipal Integrated Program of Rural Development and Fight against Hunger and Poverty.

The fact was advanced to ANGOP, by the deputy municipal administrator of Lucala, José Teixeira da Conceição, noting that the funds allocated were applied in financing and materialisation of various projects, with emphasis on construction and equipping of a primary school at the headquarters of the municipality, construction of 50 modular houses, 30 of which have already been concluded, among other actions.

With the funds available, José Teixeira said, the municipal administration prioritized the acquisition of various means for the guaranteed primary health care for the populations, with emphasis on cold-storage facilities for vaccines, drugs, disposable material, among other essential goods for the normal functioning of the local hospital.

Also according to the official, the main investments developed in the municipality during the year 2012, also included the construction of a drinkable water supply system in the municipality, construction of a rural market town, the building of the One-Stop Shop for the entrepreneur (BUE), rehabilitation of secondary and tertiary roads inside the city.

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