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Tue, 06 Mar 2018 18:44 - Updated Tue, 06 Mar 2018 18:43

IDREA information to help in policy formulation

Uíge - The results of the Angola Expenditure, Revenue and Employment Survey (IDREA), which began last Monday throughout the country, will facilitate the adequacy of the Government’s policies aimed at the well-being of the population, said the governor of Uíge, Pinda Simão.

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Given the value of the information to be produced for the elaboration of public policies, the official asked the inquirers for their zeal, dedication and responsibility.

In Uige, the survey began symbolically in IEBA's School located in Bairro do Papelao.

In his turn, the head of the provincial services of the National Statistics Institute, Domingos Bengui, explained that the results of the process could facilitate the calculation of indicators for adequate planning, so the population must provide true information.

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