Fri, 06 Oct 2017 15:59 - Updated Fri, 06 Oct 2017 15:58
Portugal: OMA advises women on permanent investment in training
Lisbon - The representation of the Angola's ruling MPLA party's women wing (OMA) in Portugal has advised women to continue investing in their training in order to ensure increased ability to hold management positions.
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This was said Friday by the secretary of OMA in Portugal, Ana Vasconcelos, while peaking to ANGOP Friday, in Lisbon, as part of the closing ceremony of the activities marking national hero's month.
Ana Vasconcelos said that her organisation will continue to work with women by encouraging them to increase their knowledge and show what they are capable of doing.
According to her, the organisation wants women to become increasingly visible to the society and show what they can do.
The OMA official decried that there is still a lot to correct even in the 21st century. There is a lot of sexual segregation. The discrimination against women is still felt in certain areas, "she said.
According to her, the organisation intents to work with women on dissemination of their own value.
The institution holds meetings that address various issues such as prostitution and domestic violence.
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