Fri, 16 Nov 2018 15:14 - Updated Fri, 16 Nov 2018 16:07
Angola: FESA unveils new headquarters
Luanda - A new Eduardo dos Santos Foundation (FESA)'s headquarters aimed to boost actions in benefit of society was inaugurated Friday in Luanda by its patron, José Eduardo dos Santos.
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FESA patron unveils bust
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José Eduardo dos Santos said that FESA intends to achieve new goals.
According to him, the institution intends to focus on social inclusion, technical and scientific qualification of youth, described as modest contribution to the economic and social development of the country.
He also pledged continued assistance to children and youth in particular, mainly for the handicapped children from low-income families.
The institution will also increase cooperation actions with the Ministries of Education in the field of eradicating illiteracy, agriculture to combat hunger and poverty, said the FESA patron.
José Eduardo dos Santos also pledged to increase cooperation actions in the area of technical and professional training and higher education, focusing on the support for scientific research to the Angolan inventors, who have won several awards at international level.
Founded on March 29, 1996, FESA is tasked with promoting solidarity in benefit of vulnerable population.
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