Head of State announces funds for drought fight project

  • Presidente da República, João Lourenço, efectua viagem de trabalho na província do Cunene
Ondjiva – The Angolan Head of State, João Lourenço, announced this Friday, in the southern Cunene Province, that this October the construction works of the Calucuve and Ndue dams are to kick off, in the framework of structural measures being taken by the Executive to tackle the drought situation in this region.

In the same indicative date, disclosed the Angolan President, the dykes recovery project in Curoca Municipality is equally expected to take off.

 

“This means that the suffering endured by this population and the livestock, as from the year 2023, will change in a radical manner (…)”, emphasised the Head of State.   

 

The president reiterated the determination of the Angolan Executive to put an end to the cyclical drought that has been affecting this southern region for many years.

 

The Head of State made such announcement in Cunene, in the ambit of his two-day work visit to this province, at an assessment meeting with members of the local government.

In the same indicative date, disclosed the Angolan President, the dykes recovery project in Curoca Municipality is equally expected to take off.

 

“This means that the suffering endured by this population and the livestock, as from the year 2023, will change in a radical manner (…)”, emphasised the Head of State.   

 

The president reiterated the determination of the Angolan Executive to put an end to the cyclical drought that has been affecting this southern region for many years.

 

The Head of State made such announcement in Cunene, in the ambit of his two-day work visit to this province, at an assessment meeting with members of the local government.