Cuito — The Minister of Youth and Sports, Ana Paula do Sacramento Neto, this Wednesday encouraged, in the municipality of Nharea, Bié province, women to practice various sports, in order to discover new talents as well as ensure their physical, psychological and emotional well-being.
The governor expressed this desire in the meeting of auscultation with the youth of that locality, with the aim of finding out about the problems that affect that fringe of society, within the framework of the two-day visit to the province of Bié. "It is important that women embrace the practice of sport to develop their skills," she said, stressing that women are the pillar of the family and their involvement in sport encourages other members to follow the same path, thus contributing to an increasingly healthy society.
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