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Sun, 14 Jan 2018 13:01 - Updated Sun, 14 Jan 2018 13:01

Luanda residents urged to join malaria fight

Luanda - Residents in Luanda province have been urged to participate in fight against malaria.

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Luanda provincial director of health department, Rosa Bessa

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The appeal was launched Saturday by Luanda provincial health department, Rosa Bessa.

Speaking to the press, the official said that prevention is the most important task.

According to her, all are called to work for the best sanitation in the province.

The participation by all social walks will reduce the numbers of the disease, she added.

Luanda Provincial Government (GPL)'s actions are focused on regular collection of solid waste and improvement of basic sanitation.

Rosa Bessa said that the prevention of the disease started Saturday with a provincial campaign launched in Kassequele do Buraco, urban district of Maianga.

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