Fri, 12 Jul 2019 17:19 - Updated Fri, 12 Jul 2019 17:19
Lunda Sul prioritizes construction of schools and hospitals
Saurimo - The construction and equipping of schools, integrated youth center, health posts, hospitals, homes for teachers, nurses, water system and the completion of hospitals are included in the portfolio projects to be executed, by 2020, in Lunda Sul, within the framework of the Integrated Municipal Intervention Plan (PIIM).
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There are also a portfolio of projects, the rehabilitation of 115 kilometers of the Chicapa road, expansion of the electricity grid, public lighting at the municipal headquarters, reclassification of the Candembe market, playgrounds and public bathrooms.
According to the director of the Lunda Sul government's Study and Planning Office, Belarmino Sandungo, at the second meeting of the provincial council for community consultation, the projects in question are budgeted at 11 billion 358 Kwanzas.
The IMPI brings together proposals for needs, for municipal initiatives, adjusting the local priorities and the needs of the population.
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