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Wed, 31 Oct 2018 11:25 - Updated Wed, 31 Oct 2018 11:25

Ruling party's women wing donates goods to hospital

Menongue - A batch of food products (cassava flour and milk) and hospital bed sheets were delivered Tuesday, by the Ruling Party's Women Organization (OMA) to the Sanatorium hospytal of Menongue and to the "Cruz Azul" Center, aiming at improving the situation of the internal patients.

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The offer is part of the social program of the MPLA women's organization, according to its first local secretary, Rosa Cacuhu.

Cruz Azul  Center is a non-profit solidarity institution which houses 45 citizens  alcoholic addicted, while the sanatorium, whose number of  internalpatients has not been specified, is a health
institution specializing in the treatment of tuberculosis.

OMA has extended such actions to the Pediatric Hospital and retirement home, in the province.

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