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Mon, 23 Dec 2019 13:53 - Updated Mon, 23 Dec 2019 13:52

Media Ministry in charge of shelter center assistance

Luanda - Mass Media Ministry will secure as from this month (December) the assistance to the Childcare Center called Não Há Órfãos de Deus (There is No God's Orphans), located at Zango 3, Viana municipality, Luanda province.

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The Media minister, Nuno Albino “Carnaval”, made the assurance during a solidarity action held on Saturday.

The center which operates since 2002 accommodates 72 internal children. The number increases, on regular basis, to 95 with the assistance to the disadvantages children of the community.

Nuno Albino "Carnaval” announced plans to create a commission tasked with evaluating and setting priorities, with stress to the infrastructure to improve the children accommodation conditions.

The minister also guaranteed to provide the children with basic food basket every month and ensure the school enrolment for the interned children in the Childcare Center Misfron-House of Help.

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