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Tue, 24 Jul 2018 18:12 - Updated Tue, 24 Jul 2018 18:12

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.

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Minister of health, Sílvia Lutucuta

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Silvia Lutucuta revealed this on Monday in the municipality of Bula Atumba, northern Bengo province, during a working visit to the region.

The minister said that the opening of the process "is closer than ever."

According to her, as soon as the dispatch is published in the country's Gazette the public tender will be launched", explained the minister.

In March this year, the Ministry of Health issued a statement announcing the admission of 5, 085 new health professionals, through the public tender.

This number includes 2,475 physicians, 1,310 nurses, 800 diagnostic technicians and therapists and 500 hospital support professionals.

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