Thu, 21 Dec 2017 17:10 - Updated Thu, 21 Dec 2017 17:10
Leprosarium gets diverse goods
Cuito - The elderly based in the leprosarium in São José ward, near Cuito city in central Bié province benefited Thursday from first need goods donated by the Higher Pedagogical School, under the program of the institution under the motto "Solidarity Christmas".
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Angop learned that among the goods delivered are bags of rice, corn and wheat flour, sugar, soy, milk, sausages, chorizo, pasta and cooking oil, expendable materials, soft drinks, soap, blankets, among other goods.
On the occasion, the director of the Pedagogical Higher School in Bié, Alfredo de Jesus Paulo Maria, praised the students' collaboration for the contribution of the students in the collection of products, and stressed the importance of continuing the action in the near future for the benefit of that leprosarium.
Alfredo de Jesus Paulo Maria was worried about the lack of medicines, clothing and other means of leprosy elderly, assuring that the institution will promote a campaign in the coming times, in order to collect money aimed to purchase medicines.
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