Angola: Vice Governor Satisfied With Conditions At Kuzola Shelter Home

The excellent conditions that have been created following the rehabilitation of the Kuzola Shelter Home, in Luanda, last Friday were lauded by the vice governor of this province, Adriano Mendes de Carvalho.

The official expressed his satisfaction when speaking at the re-inauguration ceremony of the rehabilitated centre, an act carried out by the chairwoman of the Lwini Foundation, Angola's First Lady Ana Paula dos Santos, whose institution is the sponsor of the shelter home.

To Adriano de Carvalho, with this move, the well-being of the children sheltered in the mentioned centre is better safeguarded.

"It was not an easy task, considering the constraints we've been through, reason why we've created a tripartite co-operation involving the Lwini Foundation, which runs the centre, the Luanda Province Government, (... ) and Total (oil firm), with the financing, so as to guarantee the future of the children", explained the vice governor.

On her turn, the director of the Kuzola Shelter Home, Engrácia do Céu, commended the gesture of the partners of the project, in helping to protect and take care of the children, in mobilization of resources, the goodwill and solidarity they have shown for the well-being of the children.

She also revealed that with the help of the partners, the centre now gets assistance from the State's General Budget and periodical financing from Total.

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