Angola: Minister Recommends Bio-Safety Mapping in Schools

Luanda — The minister of Social Action, Family and Promotion of Women (MASFAMU), Faustina Alves, recommended to provincial governments a mapping of schools regarding bio-safety in relation to Covid-19.

The minister made this recommendation last Tuesday, during a meeting with the provincial deputy governors for political and social areas, which discussed the topic "Precautionary bio-safety measures and the implementation of the integrated programme for local development and combating poverty".

The minister indicated that the identified problems should be solved with the 25 million kwanzas allocated to the municipalities every month, within the scope of the Integrated Programme for Local Development and Fight against Poverty.

She assured that the Integrated Programme will continue to be implemented based on projects identified and shared with the communities.

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