"We are making a big investment with human capital, for the next five years, to train about 38 thousand health professionals of all categories", said the Minister of Health, Sílvia Lutucuta, who was speaking at the end of the meeting with the deputy World Bank President for Eastern and Southern Africa, Victoria Kwankwa.
Cited in a note from the Ministry of Health, which VerAngola had access to, the holder of the Health portfolio also said that they will have "resilient health care" when they have "the adequate human capital everywhere".
"We will have resilient healthcare when we have adequate human capital in place on top of the work that is already being done on infrastructure and equipment," she said.
At the meeting, adds the note, along with the strengthening of cooperation, "various issues related to health were dealt with, such as the Strengthening Project that benefits 21 municipalities, financed by the World Bank, with laboratory equipment and other means of diagnosis, essential medicines beyond training".
In addition, malaria, vaccination and HIV/AIDS were also addressed.