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Fri, 14 Sep 2018 17:54 - Updated Fri, 14 Sep 2018 17:54

Bengo: Ex-military members benefit from IRSEM support

Caxito - Ex-Military members in northern Bengo province benefited Thursday from trade kits delivered by the Ex-military Institute of Social Welfare (IRSEM).

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Bengo: Ex-military members get support

Photo: António Gonçalo

The kits include freezers, generators, rice, pasta, wheat, sugar, milk, sausage, juices, napkins, soft drinks and beer.

Addressing a ceremony, the head of the provincial service of IRSEM, Izequiel Paulo, said that the move is part of the "Agora" project aimed at integrating ex-military members in the social and economic fields to help reduce hunger and poverty.

He pledged that initiative of the kind will continue with a view to support the members integrated in the project with the assistance that ensure the support for the families.

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