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Tue, 04 Jun 2019 18:49 - Updated Tue, 04 Jun 2019 18:49

Computer system designed to monitor giant sable

Luanda - Environment Ministry has announced plan to create computer system attached to collar to monitor, control and ensure better management of the giant black antelope in Cangandala National Park, northern Malanje province.

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Giant sable antelopes in national park of Cangandala

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This was said to Angop on Tuesday in Luanda by the representative of the Technology and Information Office (GTI), Felisberta Quintero.

Quintero announced this on the sideline of the first Consultative Council of the sector, under the motto "Environmental integration and the Sustainable Development in Municipality ".

The official said that the tests performed on the software of this application which has been installed meet the sector’s expectations.

He also announced the installation of management of national environmental system, as being under way which will cover initially the Kissama National Park.

According to him, this system will allow the users to make environmental licensing from the application of the Government of Angola's Electronic Public Service (SEPE), as well as find all information related to the sector.

The application is in the final phase of implementation and coordination, whose tests have already been done, lacking only the interconnection with SEPE.

It will be interconnected with the Ministries of Justice and Human Rights, Commerce, Telecommunications and Information Technology and General Tax Administration (AGT).

The initiative is part of a challenge taken up in the light of National Development Plan (NDP), aimed to keep the Environment Ministry in a communicative way.

Found only in Angola, the endangered black sable ( Palanca Negra ) are   under control in the Cangandala National Park with 80 animals, including 10 males.

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