Wed, 26 Jun 2019 12:05 - Updated Wed, 26 Jun 2019 12:05
Health Ministry to recruit 19,000 more workers
Lubango - The Ministry of Health is holding a new public recruitment process this year for the entry of 19,000 professionals, announced on Tuesday the incumbent minister, Sílvia Lutucuta, in Lubango City, southern Huila Province.
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Health minister,Sílvia Lutucuta
Photo: Alberto Juliao
The official spoke to ANGOP on the sidelines of the inauguration of the Lubango Haemodialysis Centre, in a ceremony witnessed by the President of the Republic, João Lourenço, who is on a two-day working visit to Huíla.
He informed that the competition, to be launched next month, is intended for the admission of doctors, nurses, diagnosis technicians and support staff.
"We will admit about 19,000 professionals from various classes. It is a big gain for the sector that lacks human resources so much", said the minister.
Sílvia Lutucuta hopes that in this contest, "good professionals" will be selected to strengthen the sector.
The last public recruitment for the Health sector took place in September last year.
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