Government reaffirms support to ex-soldiers

  • Vice-governadora de Benguela para o Sector Político, Social e Económico, Deolinda Valiangula
Benguela - Ex-military personnel and their families will continue to benefit from assistance from the government, within the framework of the Programme to Combat Poverty, so that they are leveraged and that they leave the state of vulnerability gradually, said Wednesday the vice-governor of Benguela.

Speaking during the ceremony of delivery of professional kits and agricultural inputs to ex-military and their families living in the municipality of Caimbambo, the official said that this gesture  marks the beginning of a new journey for the beneficiaries, who will be able to create small business and thus support their families.

Specifically addressing the children of ex-military personnel who have completed a training course in cutting and sewing and received their machines, she urged them to bet on entrepreneurship, since no country in the world can guarantee the employability of all the  its citizens in the public sector.

Speaking during the ceremony of delivery of professional kits and agricultural inputs to ex-military and their families living in the municipality of Caimbambo, the official said that this gesture  marks the beginning of a new journey for the beneficiaries, who will be able to create small business and thus support their families.

Specifically addressing the children of ex-military personnel who have completed a training course in cutting and sewing and received their machines, she urged them to bet on entrepreneurship, since no country in the world can guarantee the employability of all the  its citizens in the public sector.