Thu, 07 Jul 2016 13:18 - Updated Thu, 07 Jul 2016 13:17
Government analyses new admissions in health and education sectors
Luanda - The processes of new admissions in the health, education and higher education sectors dominate the agenda of the meeting this Thursday of the Commission on Social Policy of the Cabinet Council.
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meeting of the Cabinet Council's Commission on Social Policy
Photo: Francisco Miúdo
According to the draft agenda of the meeting presided over by the Vice President of the Republic, Manuel Vicente, the gathering it will also discuss, among other topics, the Action Plan of Assistance and Social Welfare for the current year.
The fifth session of the Commission will also assess the performance of the national tuberculosis control programmes and the prevention and control of HIV/AIDS.
The Angolan participation in the 60th session of the Commission on the Status of Women and the 7658th meeting of the Security Council in March this year are also part of the agenda.
It is also expected the analysis of the draft presidential decree approving the organic statute of the National Languages Institute.
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