Tue, 09 Oct 2018 16:35 - Updated Tue, 09 Oct 2018 16:35
Cuando Cubango controls over 12,000 Former Combatants
Menongue - At least 12,755 former combatants and their dependents are controlled at the Cuando Cubango level and are in need of support, aimed at their social reintegration, said Monday in Menongue, the governor of the province Pedro Mutindi.
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Governor of Cuando Cubango, Pedro Mutindi
Photo: Armândio Morais/Arquivo
Speaking at a meeting that the Minister of Former Combatants and Veterans of the Homeland, João Ernesto dos Santos "Liberdade" heldf with the assisted of the municipality of Menongue, during his two-day working visit to that province, the governor said that the situation of the former Combatants and Veterans of the Homeland in the province is controlled, but it is still worrying, given the lack of assistance, social reintegration, of this target group of which many have fought in the National Liberation Struggle.
On the other hand, he also announced that the Government also controls ex-military personnel not registered in the Angolan Armed Forces (FAA) Social Security where only 1,205 retired persons are assisted, of which 834 are ex-FALA and 371 are ex-FAPLA, which has left some discontent within this group.
Pedro Mutindi was concerned about the non-continuation of the execution of the project for the construction of 200 homes for the former Combatants and disabled, previously scheduled, but that the works have been paralyzed since 2014, for whom it is necessary to watch over that fringe of society.
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Menongue - The young people of Cuando Cubango must develop initiatives and spirit in the business cycle, in order to provide necessary tools to promote job creation for other young people, said the Minister of Youth and Sports, Ana Paula da Silva do Sacramento Neto.
- 23/08/2018 13:12:20
Luanda - The citizens who were born during the national liberation struggle,?maquis? and in prisons, should receive special attention from the Executive because they did not have a quiet childhood, said Wednesday the Secretary of State for the Former Combatants and Veterans of the Homeland, Clemente Conjuca.
- 13/08/2018 11:57:34
Luanda - The Angolan state recognizes the regime of special protection accorded to former combatants and veterans of Homeland, and assumes the duty to create, provide and organize normative, institutional, human, material financial and other mechanisms to guarantee their implementation.