Thu, 22 Feb 2018 17:59 - Updated Fri, 23 Feb 2018 14:03
INE holds in March expenses and revenues survey
Luanda - A survey on expenditures, revenues and employment in Angola (IDREA) 2018-2019 will begin on March 5 this year throughout the country, said Thursday in Luanda, the director general of the National Institute of Statistics (INE), Camilo Ceita.
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The official who was speaking during the closing ceremony of the "National Training Action on the Expenditure, Revenue and Employment Survey in Angola 2018-2019" stated that the survey aims to update the statistical information of the population for the period 2008-2009.
According to Camilo Ceita, the training lasted for 30 days and trained about 200 young inquirers and supervisors of the eighteen provinces. In each locality there will be two teams composed of supervisors, inquirers and cartographers, except Luanda, which will have four teams.
He informed that the survey will last for 12 months, starting simultaneously in the whole country and will be held every five years.
The director of INE said that it is essential to update the level of the poverty rate that in 2008/2009 was 36 percent.
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