Tue, 14 Nov 2017 19:03 - Updated Tue, 14 Nov 2017 19:03
Luanda Government wants to standardize work program in social area
Luanda - The Government of Luanda Province wants to standardize the work program in the social sector, to better benefit the target public and exchange between municipalities, said Tuesday in Luanda, Mauro do Nascimento, director of Luanda's deputy governor's office for Political and Social Sector, Ana Paula Correia Victor.
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Mauro do Nascimento, who was speaking at the end of a working visit to the municipality of Kilamba Kiaxi, coordinated by Ana Victor, stated that it is necessary to align the function of each center and update the work program in different areas of government action.
He pointed out that, in the context of the new work program for the sector, it is necessary to ensure a sound and realistic assessment so that some guidance and experience can be left in order to make good practices.
The official said that in the Kilamba Kiaxi municipality there is some visible organization and contribution from the administrations, but there is some work to be done.
The deputy governor visited the Health Center of Palanca II and Wengi Maka and the Ana Paula School Complex.
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