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Wed, 05 Dec 2018 13:21 - Updated Wed, 05 Dec 2018 13:21

Environment ministry identifies conservation areas in Malanje

Malanje - The Environment minister Paula Francisco is leading Wednesday a team comprising national and foreign technicians who will work on identifying of conservation areas in the northern Malanje province.

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Environment minister, Paula Francisco

Photo: Kinda kyungu

The director of the Provincial Office of Environment, Waste Management and Community Services of Malanje, José Neves António, released the information “Wednesday.

The official underlined that the team is already in the province preparing the organisational aspects and studying the conservation areas.

The visit also serves to attract and boost investments into the ecological sustainability areas and pursuit of public/private partnerships that bring results to communities and wildlife protection.

The visits of the kind were paid to the provinces of Cuando Cubango, Moxico and Namibe.

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