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Vice president wants greater community participation in Baia Farta

Bahia Farta, ANGOLA, March 21 - The vice president of the Republic, Bornito de Sousa, called on Thursday in Bahia Farta for a greater involvement of the residents in solving local problems. ,

Bornito de Sousa was speaking to journalists at the end of a meeting with members of the Concertation Council and presentation of the Master Plan of Baía Farta municipality, as part of the 48-hour visit to the coastal Benguela province.


VP said there is a great interest of the communities to leverage the great tourist potential and the agriculture and to promote the general well-being.


Regarding the assistance to the victims of the floods that devastated the province, he declared that the President of the Republic, João Lourenço, is attentive and seeks solutions, such as the dredging of drainage ditches and the relocation of affected populations.


Bornito de Sousa demanded from the administrative authority’s greater rigor and perseverance of the population, in order to avoid construction in areas of risk and casualties that cause deaths.


Bahia Farta calls for advocacy to overcome social problems


The municipal administrator of Baía Farta, José Francisco Ferreira, requested advocacy by the vice president of the Republic to overcome social problems, such as the need to build 210 new classrooms and the completion of municipal hospital works to avoid overcrowding of the general hospital of Benguela.


He also called for the intervention of Bornito de Sousa for the admission of 221 primary school teachers and 129 for secondary education, the recruitment of 20 physicians, 249 nurses, 102 diagnostic technicians and 180 administrative staff.


José Francisco Ferreira wants to increase the capacity of the distribution networks of drinking water and electricity, electrification of the communes of the Dombe Grande, Kalohanga and Equimina, trench cleaning and dewatering of riverbeds.


The Vice-President of the Republic also granted a collective audience to community development and health agents (ADECOS).

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