ANGOP - Angola Press News AgencyANGOP - Angola Press News Agency

Go to homepage
Luanda

Max:

Min:

Home » News » Health

Tue, 13 Nov 2018 15:44 - Updated Tue, 13 Nov 2018 15:44

Bengo: 46 places available in health sector

Caxito - At least 1,072 candidates are expected to compete for 46 job vacancies in the health sector in northern Bengo province.

Send by email

To share this news by email, fill out the information below and click Send

Correct

To report errors in the texts of articles published, fill out the information below and click Send

Health technicians

Photo: kinda kyungu

The Internal Director of Provincial Health Office of Bengo, Gonçalo Francisco, announced this Monday in Caxito.

Speaking to the press, the official said the admission tests cover the categories of assistant and general physician, third-class degree in nursing, third-class nurse technician, senior and medium-level diagnostic technicians and 2nd-class therapy.

In Bengo, the vacancies are distributed in municipalities of Ambriz with three, Bula Atumba (2), Dande (24), Dembos (2), Nambuangongo (8), Pango Aluquém (2) and Bengo general Hospital with five.

Read also
  • 20/09/2018 12:18:06

    Ministry of Health supports Research Center project

    Caxito - The Secretary of State for Health for the Hospital sector, Valentim Altino Matias, said Wednesday in Caxito that the government will continue to support the project developed 10 years ago by the Center for Health Research of Angola (CISA) in training and capacity building of Angolans.

  • 24/07/2018 18:12:57

    Minister reiterates launch of public tender in health sector

    Caxito - Angolan Health minister Sílvia Lutucuta has announced the opening of public tender to hire new employees for the country's health sector in the coming days.

  • 22/01/2018 18:01:48

    Bengo governor calls for churches collaboration in fight diseases

    Caxito - The Governor of Bengo, João Bernardo, on Monday asked church leaders based in the province to collaborate more in the fight against diseases, especially malaria, the main cause of death within the population in this region of the country, at the end of a meeting.