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Sagrada Esperança Pharmacy arrives in Huambo

Clínica Sagrada Esperança recently opened its first pharmacy in the region in Huambo.


Endiama, in a statement to which VerAngola had access, informs that the clinic "recently proceeded, in the province of Huambo, to inaugurate and open its first pharmacy in the region", in an act presided over by the head of that health unit in Huambo, Nicolau Domingos, and where members of the provincial government and local authorities also participated.

According to the note, Nicolau Domingos considered that the opening of this pharmacy will ensure users "greater supply and tranquility in the search for products for well-being and drugs for the treatment of various diseases", reads the note.

Cited in the statement, the official also said that the unit will also generate new jobs, as well as ensure "greater supply to users" and enable the expansion "of its presence at national level": "In addition to contributing to the quality of life of users in the region, this project will generate new jobs, guarantee a greater offer to users and allow the expansion of its presence at national level".

According to the Endiama note, Clínica Sagrada Esperança has invested in expanding its network of pharmacies, currently having six ventures spread across the provinces of Luanda (two), Benguela (two), Cabinda (one) and Huambo (one).

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