20 February 2013

Angola: Huambo Acting Governor Acknowledges Increasing of Infrastructures

Huambo — The acting governor of Huambo Province, Francisco Facto, on Wednesday acknowledged the increasing of social infrastructures throughout the 2012 economic year, a fact that has been contributing for improvement of people living standards, Angop has learnt.

The official said so at a meeting that participated members of the local staff, during which was done the balance of the activities developed in 2012 in various domains. He said that these infrastructures are mainly in the sectors of education, with the increasing of schools, that are contributing for improvement of the accommodations conditions, mainly for children that attend lessons from the first time.

Other infrastructures were also constructed in the area of health, facilitating thus the access to the health centres, in rural areas.

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