Wed, 29 Aug 2018 17:34 - Updated Wed, 29 Aug 2018 17:34
Unicef launches new information tool online
Luanda - An online communication platform, with information on child development, family counseling and vaccination, is available on the Internet at the initiative of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).
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The new platform, called the Internet that Kuia, is on the site ao.goodinternet.org and internetquekuia.org for devices from Unitel and at the address o.freebasics.org for Movicel.
The website, which is free of charge, contains a link called Recipes of Happiness that addresses various issues such as pregnancy and prenatal consultations, HIV / AIDS, breastfeeding, home water treatment, teen content, and among others.
According to an Unicef official in Angola, the platform exists in 63 countries with the name Internet for Good Things, with common and specific content only for Angola.
The tool that is interactive was presented today, during the visit of UNICEF regional representative for Southern Africa, Leilla Pakkata.
Leilla Pakkata visited Angola to verify the work of the institution in the country.
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