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Eni will train a hundred Angolan cardiosurgery professionals

The Italian oil company Eni and the Ministry of Health signed a memorandum of understanding this Monday for the training of up to 100 cardiosurgery professionals, to benefit close to 250 patients a year and reinforce specialized hospital services.


The Minister of Health, Sílvia Lutucuta, and the director general of Eni, Adriano Mongini, signed the memorandum of understanding, whose ceremony took place at the Cardeal Dom Alexandre do Nascimento Hospital Complex for Cardiopulmonary Diseases, in Luanda.

The memorandum will allow the training of up to 100 cardiosurgery professionals to benefit an estimated 250 patients per year and strengthen the cardiovascular services of the hospital complex.

"Under the memorandum, Eni will strengthen the cardiovascular services of the Cardinal Dom Alexandre do Nascimento complex, strengthening cardiovascular surgery capacity through the creation of a training program to create a sustainable cardiac surgery service," reads a statement.

The oil company will also support the hospital's cardiovascular service through the provision of cardiosurgical interventions and will provide technical support to the hospital's management, focusing on hospital administration, human resources management and medical engineering.

Eni, present in Angola since 1980, in addition to community health projects, also has other social projects focused on access to energy, water and agriculture, through an integrated and continuous approach.

Currently, Eni is the operator of Blocks 15/06 Cabinda Norte, Cabinda Centro, 1/14, 28 and soon NGC. In addition, Eni has a stake in unoperated blocks 0 (Cabinda), 3/05, 3/05A, 14, 14 K/A-IMI, 15 and in Angola LNG.

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