Angola: Lubango Residents Gain Infrastructures

Lubango — The municipality of Lubango gained today two new schools, a health centre and a funeral home, inaugurated under the scope of the Integrated Plan for Intervention in Municipalities (PIIM).

The two schools, of seven classrooms each, are primary schools, with capacity to house 490 pupils.

One was built in the Tchavola neighbourhood, budgeted at 149.9 million Kwanzas and another in Conjenje, which cost 153.9 million Kwanzas, whose works lasted six months.

It was also handed over the Mitcha Funeral Home and the Mutundo cemetery, rehabilitated and extended, with a budget of 179.2 million Kwanzas, as well as a health centre in the Tchioco neighbourhood, built and equipped with the sum of 96.9 million Kwanzas.

The centre, which has capacity to treat 80 people per day, has an emergency ward, delivery room, doctor's surgeries, paediatrics, physiotherapy, child care, observation rooms, pharmacy, amongst other services.

Speaking after the inauguration of the infrastructures, the Lubango administrator, Armando Vieira, highlighted the importance of the infrastructures, as they will ease the social problems of the population.

The two schools, of seven classrooms each, are primary schools, with capacity to house 490 pupils.

One was built in the Tchavola neighbourhood, budgeted at 149.9 million Kwanzas and another in Conjenje, which cost 153.9 million Kwanzas, whose works lasted six months.

It was also handed over the Mitcha Funeral Home and the Mutundo cemetery, rehabilitated and extended, with a budget of 179.2 million Kwanzas, as well as a health centre in the Tchioco neighbourhood, built and equipped with the sum of 96.9 million Kwanzas.

The centre, which has capacity to treat 80 people per day, has an emergency ward, delivery room, doctor's surgeries, paediatrics, physiotherapy, child care, observation rooms, pharmacy, amongst other services.

Speaking after the inauguration of the infrastructures, the Lubango administrator, Armando Vieira, highlighted the importance of the infrastructures, as they will ease the social problems of the population.

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