Angola reiterates partnership with foreign national NGOs

Luanda – Angolan government, through provincial governments and municipal administrations, reiterates the need to keep the partnership going with churches, national and foreign NGOs operating in the country.

The pledge was expressed Monday by the minister of Social Action, Family and Promotion of Women, Victoria Correia da ConceicAPound o.

The minister was speaking at a closing session of the meeting with national and international NGOs registered with the Institute for the Promotion and Coordination of Assistance to Communities (PROCAC).

According to the official, the move is meant to

strengthen cooperation and consolidate the existing partnerships between the Angolan Executive and NGOs.

The partnership is based on the portfolio programmes under the National Development Plan.

She said that her sector is improving the municipal system of social action through dissemination, at a time the Government is experimenting de-concentration and decentralisation phase of its policy.

Meanwhile, IPROCAC’s director general, Lucas Ribeiro, pointed out that Misfamu has programmes aimed at communities, including the municipality of social services.

He emphasised that in the ambit of the municipalities of social action, there is already a pilot project in the provinces of Bie, Moxico and Uige, which consists of approaching and assisting people and identifying the most vulnerable.

Source: Angola Press News Agency

Angola reiterates partnership with foreign national NGOs

Luanda – Angolan government, through provincial governments and municipal administrations, reiterates the need to keep the partnership going with churches, national and foreign NGOs operating in the country.

The pledge was expressed Monday by the minister of Social Action, Family and Promotion of Women, Victoria Correia da ConceicAPound o.

The minister was speaking at a closing session of the meeting with national and international NGOs registered with the Institute for the Promotion and Coordination of Assistance to Communities (PROCAC).

According to the official, the move is meant to

strengthen cooperation and consolidate the existing partnerships between the Angolan Executive and NGOs.

The partnership is based on the portfolio programmes under the National Development Plan.

She said that her sector is improving the municipal system of social action through dissemination, at a time the Government is experimenting de-concentration and decentralisation phase of its policy.

Meanwhile, IPROCAC’s director general, Lucas Ribeiro, pointed out that Misfamu has programmes aimed at communities, including the municipality of social services.

He emphasised that in the ambit of the municipalities of social action, there is already a pilot project in the provinces of Bie, Moxico and Uige, which consists of approaching and assisting people and identifying the most vulnerable.

Source: Angola Press News Agency