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Thu, 06 Aug 2020 16:58 - Updated Thu, 06 Aug 2020 16:58

World Vision grants USD 173,000 for social project

Huambo - The non-governmental organization World Vision has made available a total of 173, 000 US dollars for the implementation this year, of borehole and to improve basic sanitation in Huambo and Cunene provinces, the manager of the NGO’s water and sanitation program in Huambo, Jorge Pires, told ANGOP Thursday.

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Jorge Pires explained that the program, whose completion is scheduled for May 2021, will benefit 35,000 people of these provinces.

According to Pires, this is a continued project, since between 2011 and 2019, the World Vision invested 3.8 million US dollars in water, personal hygiene, and basic sanitation projects, which benefited roughly 130,000 people in Huambo province.

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