Angola Press, 8/6/2012
Luanda – The Republic of Angola will get Usd 1000 out of a 1.2 million grant recently delivered by Brazil to the UN Infant and Children Education Fund (UNICEF) to assist children and women in situations of food shortage in ten countries of Africa and Asia.
The information was released Monday in Luanda by a UNICEF source that stated that the Federative Republic of Brazil is joining the United Nations organisation in providing Usd 100,000 for initiatives of reinforcement of food and nutritional security in Angola, particularly in drought hit regions covering ten of the country’s 18 provinces.
According to ambassador Ana Cabral, Brazil considers it necessary to participate in this humanitarian effort to assist Angolan children. “With this grant, Brazil is contributing, through public and multilaterals organizations, to the strengthening of the health of Angolan children,” she stated.