Sat, 07 Oct 2017 11:11 - Updated Sat, 07 Oct 2017 11:11
Angola: Civil Society Council supports Government initiatives
Luanda - The National Civil Society Council (CNSC) intends to support the Angolan government in implementing different social programmes, said Friday in Luanda its president, André Pedro.
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National Civil Society Council gets new board of director
Photo: Gaspar dos Santos
The official said so during the inauguration of the new CNSC Board of directors, adding that the institution plans to hold forums to debate issues that mostly concerns the society.
He mentioned among others the sexual education and road safety programmes.
André Pedro said that the Council is carrying out programmes in partnership with National Police, which include traffic accident and road security.
He also spoke of the institution's contribution to disarmament of the civilians aiming at consolidation of peace.
To the recently sworn in member, Africano André Pedro recommended greater commitment to better fulfill their duties.
Check the list of the new board.
Marinela Francisco- first secretary of Luanda and Damião Moniz as deputy.
Afra dos Santos - Administration and Finance, Almeida Henriques - Marketing and Information.
Mateus Manuel - Social Action.
Benvinda Paulo - Organisation,
Raimundo dos Santos - Recreation and Sports, Joaquina Pedro - Education and Teaching, Almeida Lopes - Public Relations,
Sebastião Paulo - Coordination.
Tito Marcos and Ruth Gomes – members.
Adriano Mendes de Carvalho and Bento Kangamba - advisers.
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