14 February 2014

Angola: Dande Health Development Plan Seminar Closes

The seminar on the drafting of Dande Municipal Health Development Plan that tackled the infant mortality rate, improvement of the drinking supply system and basic sanitation, food diet and education, closed Friday in Caxito, northern Bengo province.

Addressing the event's closing ceremony, Dande deputy administrator, Francisco Adão, said the meeting enabled to conclude the drafting of the first municipality Health Development Plan.

With the drafting of the said Plan, according to the source, the seminar intended to improve the quality of the health services and elevate Dande municipality's living indicators, as part of the Executive's strategy for the sector.

The meeting was attended by representatives of all Public Health sectors of the municipality, municipal and communal administrators, their deputies and education officials.

Dande municipality has a population estimated at 83,000 inhabitants living in the communes of Barra do Dande, Caxito, Mabubas, Quicabo and Úcua.


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