Thu, 11 May 2017 09:00 - Updated Thu, 11 May 2017 09:00
Minfamu opens 14th Broad Consultative Council
Luanda - The diversification of the sources of income of the families and the diversification of the country’s economy are the guidelines on the strategy adopted by the Ministry of Family and Women Promotion (Minfamu).
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Openinf of Minfamu Broad Consultative Council
Photo: Joaquina Bento/Arquivo
This was said Wednesday in Luanda by Minfamu secretary general who quoted the National Development Plan for 2013/2017.
Tito Correia was speaking at the opening of the 14th Minfamu Broad Consultative Council going with the motto "Let us promote the family rights and responsibilities towards sustainable development.”
During the ceremony that was attended by incumbent minister, Filomena Delgado, the secretary general said the meeting seeks to analyse the situation of the main policies, plans, programmes, projects, international instruments, accords and protocols concerning the sector.
He stated as well that the agenda for the meeting includes validating the sector’s Strategic Plan for the 2018/2022 period, a reflection on the implementation methodology and the budgetary and financial exercice for the 2013/2017 period under the Public Investment Programme and functioning expenditures.
Attending the event are Minfamu senior officials and consultants, provincial directors, guests and partners.
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