Luanda — At least 22 Angolan women, including the former First Lady, Maria Eugénia Neto and the apostle Ernestina Matias, received on Sunday in Luanda the Lifte Effects award for their commitment to solidary projects.
On the occasion, the Lifte Effects spokesperson, Cacilda Jaime, said her institution appreciate these women, who do their best help neighbours without expecting anything in return.
She urged people to cultivate the liking for showing solidarity to others, by aiding those in need, visiting imprisoned and sick people in hospitals.
The chairperson of the Women against Breast Cancer Foundation, Wanda Freira, one of the awarded person, praised the initiative of the Lifte Effects organization for recognizing the work carried out by Angolan women.
The award ceremony started five years ago in United Kingdom and this is the second edition held in Angola, the first one took place in 2017.