18 June 2018

Angola: Governor Calls for Unity in Struggle to Promote Well-Being

Moçâmedes — Every society needs to unite to fight for the promotion and well-being of families, especially the younger ones, giving solution to the main problems they face, said Monday in this city, Governor Carlos da Rocha Cruz.

The official, who was speaking at the closing ceremony of the first National Men's Conference of the Synod Church, which brought together 300 leaders of this religious group, added that churches continue to play a key role in promoting civic and moral values for the welfare of Angolan families.

"We recognize that the church has done a lot and IESA should continue to help us promoting such encounters in order to address delinquency situations, the education of young people in families, because we need to work in order to tackle these problems within families, "he said.

He added that it is fundamental to approach family gatherings with themes related to good living together, solidarity and love of neighbor, so that in the future we can have a generation with families united and educated.

Religious leaders, on the other hand, reaffirm the need to work together so that families are treated as a space where their members feel safe, protected, sheltered and not a zone of frustration, violence and revenge.


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