19 February 2013

Angola: Economic, Social Development Plan Focused On 700 Projects

Namibe — The plan of economic and social development of the province of Namibe, for the 2013-2017 period, foresees to implement 784 projects, valued at 854.176 billion kwanza.

Recently approved by the members of the provincial government, most projects are focused on the infrastructure sector, with more than 74 percent, energy and water, with 42 percent.

According to the plan given to ANGOP, the increase in school enrollment, creating conditions for improving the quality of teaching, increasing higher education institutions of the province and its extension offices in all municipalities, through cores are between various social actions planned within the development plan of the province.

It is also part of the project the modernization of provincial and municipal hospitals, construction of specialty hospitals and construction of multipurpose sports hall in municipal headquarters.

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