Fri, 31 Aug 2018 17:12 - Updated Fri, 31 Aug 2018 17:12
Governor creates group to identify Panguila problems
Caxito - Governor of Bengo, Mara Quiosa, recently created a working group to characterize the identification of the main problems of the urbanization of Panguila, in the municipality of Dande, ANGOP learned Friday.
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Governor of Bengo province, Mara Quiosa (file)
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The task force to support the execution of actions by specific areas is coordinated by the vice governor for technical services and infrastructures, Domingos Guilherme, and its mission is to list the inhabitants of each block and to define the criteria for sharing in solving the main problems.
The tasks of the working group are the analysis and programming of the actions in a self-sustaining way, as well as follow the process of constitution of the committees of residents in the urbanization of Panguila.
The group comprises the municipal administrator of Dande, the delegate of the Ministry of the Interior, the directors of the provincial offices of Health, Infrastructures and Technical Services, Social Action, Environment Solid Waste Management and Community Services, Economic Development and the communal administrator of Barra do Dande.
The creation of this working group comes after the visit made on August 11 this year, by the governor of Bengo, Mara Quiosa, to the urbanization of Panguila.
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