The initiative was promoted by the Ministry of Social Action, Family and Promotion of Women and the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Environment, at 'Mercado do 30', in Viana, Luanda.
Aimed at the sellers of that market, as well as those responsible for them, the project is part of the African Women's Day that is celebrated on the 31st of July, and reinforces the preventive measures and the implementation of food hygiene measures in the fight against covid -19, which plagues the country and the world.
According to a statement sent to VerAngola, the act was chaired by the Minister of Social Action, Family and Women Promotion, Faustina Alves and was attended by the Vice-Governor of Luanda for the Economic Area, Secretaries of States for the Environment, Education , the representative of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).
The action launched by the Ministry of Social Action, Family and Promotion of Women, has already promoted the first training, which was attended by 100 salespeople (80 female and 20 male).
Also in a joint action between the Ministry of Health and the National Directorate for the Environment, 43 women were also trained in nutritious food and the use of solid waste and composting, aiming at enriching the soil for cultivation and transforming garbage into handicraft items such as added value for self-employment and income generation.