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Wed, 13 Dec 2017 18:26 - Updated Wed, 13 Dec 2017 18:26

Young people donate blood at Porto-Amboim hospital

Porto-Amboim - At least fifty young people from the Pentecostal Assembly of God church, donated a Blood, Wednesday, at Dr. Agostinho Neto Hospital, in the city of Porto Amboim, in the province of Cuanza Sul, with the main purpose of saving life.

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Speaking to ANGOP, the pastor of the church, Domingos Francisco Alberto, said that this activity is part of the campaign of solidarity of the congregation to help the hospital.

He added that many citizens die due to lack of blood, so church members have mobilized to carry out this charity.

Domingos Francisco Alberto stressed that the Pentecostal Assembly of God church has been a special partner of the province-wide hospitals since it has groups prepared to donate blood when needed at the county level.

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