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Fri, 11 Oct 2019 18:52 - Updated Fri, 11 Oct 2019 18:52

First lady promotes motivational meeting for young women

Luanda - The first lady of the Republic of Angola, Ana Dias Lourenço, held this Friday, in Luanda, a motivational meeting with young women, under the platform program "Transform life, be a woman".

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Ana Dias Lourenço meets with young teenagers

Photo: Pedro Parente

During the opening of the event, which brought together young teenagers, the first lady said that the program is meant to work with young people, particularly young girls, to convey a positive hope for young people in the future.

In a space of social, moral and civic contribution, which aimed to salute International Girls Day (11 October), Ana Dias Lourenço stressed that the initiative aims to inspire and motivate girls so that they can make the best life choices.

“It's time to work with young people who are studying, to motivate them, to get them to live with adults to get some of the experience,” she said.

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