Wed, 05 Jul 2017 19:18 - Updated Wed, 05 Jul 2017 19:18
Sub-program "born with registration" launched
Luanda - The sub-program "born with registration" was launched on Wednesday in Luanda, at Lucrécia Paim maternity hospital by the Health State Secretary, Eleutério Hivilikwa, who said that registration is guarantee of the realization and effectiveness of rights and fundamental freedoms, at the internal and international level of human rights.
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Eleutério Hivilikwa, State secretary for Health
Photo: Joaquina Bento
The official said so at the ceremony that marked the inauguration of civil registration offices linked to the maternity hospital in Luanda under the program "Birth with Registration" under the motto "Registration at Maternity is Easier".
He also said that the existence of civil status of persons is guaranteed by the State, in order to create the legal security necessary to make life easier in the society.
According to the source, birth registration is one of the mandatory conditions for obtaining other documents that facilitate the person's access to the services of other documents, which facilitate the individual's access to basic services in society.
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