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Sun, 06 Oct 2019 11:53 - Updated Sun, 06 Oct 2019 11:53

BFA spends Akz 20 million on surgeries

Luanda - Six of the fifty children with hydrocephalus who were included in a free surgery campaign were Saturday operated on, as part of Banco Fomento Angola (BFA) bank solidarity programme, worth 20 million Kwanzas.

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Launched at Luanda's Kifica neighborhood, the three-month no charge programme will cover the other provinces, with Moxico being the next to benefit from the campaign for 15 children already identified.

Then follows Cunene with 11, Namibe with three, Luanda with 47, and others to be identified in other regions.
 

Speaking to the press, the hydrocephalus director-general of Kifica, Mayada Innocent, said the institution has three fixed doctors and various  specialised volunteers from other hospitals who are available to cooperate.

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