Four million Euros is the amount released for implementation of health programmes over the last four years in Angola and Mozambique, said non-governmental organisation (NGO) International “Medicus Mundi.

The information was released Tuesday to ANGOP by the regional representative for Africa of the organization, Neus Peracaula, while assessing the four-year activity carried out by her institution.

As for Angola, in particular in Bie province, Neus Peracaula noted that the organisation worked on strengthening of public health services in the municipalities of Camacupa and Catabola respectively. While in Mozambique, the official said that the NGO “Medicus Mundi” focused on the construction and rehabilitation of health infrastructure in Maputo province.

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