Sat, 05 Sep 2009 11:52 - Updated Sat, 05 Sep 2009 11:52
Official acknowledges Anglican Church’s contribution in Angola
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Uíge- Uíge province's deputy governor for social sphere, Piedade Samuel Hebo, on Friday recognised the contribution of the Anglican Church in Angola centred on the construction of various social infrastructures in the region.
During a ceremony to welcome the "Zola" central choir from Luanda, of this religious institution, the official said that the church, as the government’s partner, has been contributing much to the reconstruction of the country and of the province, in particular, by building schools and health centres to cater for the population.
According to her, the government of northern Uíge province is pleased with the contribution of Anglican Church focussed on the reconstruction of the region.
As an example, the vice-governor mentioned the project of combat to malaria that was started in 2007, in partnership with the US government.