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Ondjiva - At least twelve million Euros were made available for implementation of social projects in the provinces of Cunene, Huíla and Namibe, as part of the implementation of the Program for Strengthening Resilience, Food Security and Nutrition in Angola (FREZAN).More about this news
Ondjiva- The Ministry of Construction and Public Works delivered on Tuesday in Ondjiva city, 38 tonnes of food to aid the victims of the drought that has plagued the southern Cunene province since October 2018.
Ondjiva - The governor of the southern Cunene province, Virgílio Tyova, considered irreversible Angola/ Namibia cooperation and the blood ties uniting the two peoples.
Ondjiva - Namibian businesspeople of Oshana region, requested the Angolan authorities ease entry for firms from this neighboring country seeking to invest in southern Cunene province.
Ondjiva - The general commander of National Police (PN) Paulo de Almeida traveled on Wednesday to the southern Cunene province to assesses security levels on the southern border of Angola with the neighboring Republic of Namibia.
Ondjiva - At least 460 million Kwanzas were made available by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) to assist the 857,443 people affected by the drought in the province of Cunene since October 2018.
Ondjiva - The Angolan First Lady, Ana Dias Lourenço, expressed concern on Tuesday about the incidence and prevalence of HIV/ IDS in the southern Cunene Province, set at 6.1 percent of new transmissions, considered the largest prevalence rate in the country.
Ondjiva - The First Lady Ana Dias Lourenço donated Tuesday food items to the people affected by the drought in southern Cunene province.
Ondjiva - The First Lady of Angola, Ana Dias Lourenço, is since Monday morning in the city of Ondjiva, southern Cunene Province, where for two days she will evaluate the progress of the "Born Free to Shine" campaign, which aims to eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV.