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Sun, 24 May 2020 09:09 - Updated Sun, 24 May 2020 09:09

COVID-19: Vulnerable families get support in Luanda

Luanda - Multi-sector Commission for Preventing and Combat Covid-19 on Saturday delivered food stuffs to vulnerable families in some municipalities of Luanda province, as part of covid-19 response in Angola.

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Benefitted from support include families in urban district of Zango, municipality of Viana (one ton of food stuffs), urban district of Kilamba, municipality of Belas (592 sets of basic consumption items).

The support was also extensive to the family members in the commune of Kinanga (Ingombota), with 300 sets of basic consumption items.

Also received support were those in urban district of Nova Vida (Talatona) 290 sets, the same amount to the commune of Chaba.

While for the commune of Catambor (Maianga) got 250 sets of basic consumption items.

The action was supported by APACP association.

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