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Angola receives 1.8 million euros to strengthen social protection by 2022

Angola will receive 1.8 million euros to implement, until December 2022, projects that strengthen the management of public finances to support the social protection system, within the scope of a program financed by the European Union.


The program, which will be implemented by the International Labor Organization and the United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef), will be launched on Friday by the Minister of State for the Social Area, Carolina Cerqueira, according to a joint statement by the organizations.

The objective is to support Angola in strengthening the social protection system through strategic actions that promote the implementation of the National Social Action Policy, facilitate training and coordination between social protection actors and strengthen the management of public finances for lasting and sustainable investments.

The European Union program, with a total amount of 22.9 million euros, covers eight countries, in Africa, Asia and America.

In Angola, the initiative involves the ministries of Finance, Social Action, Family and Promotion of Women and Public Administration, Labor and Social Security.

The European Union and Unicef ​​have been supporting the Government of Angola since 2014 through a pilot social protection program that allowed the launch of Valor Criança, the country's first social cash transfer initiative.

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