Luanda - A telephone line to support children and teenagers, called Ajuda SOS - Criança, will be launched by the National Child Institute (Inac) next April, aiming at prevention, care, promotion of education, information and communication.More about this news
Luanda - Five years after its idealization, the government's programme of Social Monetary Transfers (TSM) began to show the first visible signs in 2019, providing assistance to several Angolan children.
Luanda - The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) reiterated on Wednesday, in Luanda, its commitment to assisting the Angolan State and society in the promotion and protection of children?s rights and well-being.
Luanda - At least 10, 576 children under the age of five benefited from the first cycle of social cash transfers through the Valor Programme.
Cuito - The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) Friday reaffirmed its commitment to continue supporting the Government of Angola in following up and implementing monitoring mechanisms for projects aimed at the well-being of children in the country.
Luanda - Luanda's deputy governor for political and social affairs Dionisio Fonseca Friday asked the children's support to promote behaviour change in homes and society.
Luanda - A project dubbed ?Capacita Angola? was launched Friday aimed to train professionals and school mediators on most different types of disorders.
Luanda - The Children's Rights and the 11 Commitments to Children in Angola will be the main topic at the first Mirim congress on Saturday, to mark the International Children's Day (June 1).
Luanda - Three out of four children under 18 years are poor and deprived of nutrition, health, child protection, malaria prevention, education, access to water and sanitation - three to seven deprivations.