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Mon, 13 Aug 2018 10:34 - Updated Mon, 13 Aug 2018 10:34

Health Technical Commission assess conditions in Cacuaco

Luanda - The Luanda Technical Multidisciplinary Commission of Combat against Malaria and Cholera returned this week in Cacuaco municipality to assess the degree of execution of the instructions given to the locals on how to prevent from these endemic diseases.

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Health technique collects water sample for examinations

Photo: Gaspar dos Santos

Rosa Bessa, Director of the Luanda Provincial Health Office

Photo: Alberto Juliao

Speaking to Angop on Sunday, the director of the Provincial Health Department, Rosa Bessa, said the commission returned to Cacuaco to assist the locals and bolster the preventive measures against these diseases.

She also said the commission intends to aid people to change their behavior towards the strict compliance with treatment of the water and food as well as the personal and collective hygienic care.

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