Tue, 28 May 2019 18:35 - Updated Tue, 28 May 2019 18:35
Environment ministry receives Akz 22 million kwanzas
Luanda - Environment Ministry received 22 million kwanzas in terms of quotas to carry out its action plan under the National Development Plan (PDN 2018-2022).
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The data were released Tuesday in Luanda by Teresa Bumba, director of the Ministry of the Environment's Statistical Planning Office (GEPE).
The official was addressing the financial implementation programme of the 2019 action plan for the first quarter, during the closing of a methodological seminar on the 2018-2022 NDP.
She mentioned eight million kwanzas as having already been spent on the execution of some projects.
Teresa said that the action plan of the Ministry of the Environment was not launched until April and May, as it was only approved by the Executive in the first half of April.
The Ministry of the Environment has three fundamental programs.
They are climate change, biodiversity, conservation areas and basic sanitation, she said
In turn, The Environment minister Paula Francisco said that the main objective of the seminar was to understand the implementation of climate change, basic sanitation and biodiversity programs and conservation areas to evaluate and create bi-weekly monthly article.
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