With completion of works scheduled for the first quarter of 2026, the hospital will encompass four operating rooms, as well as 15 clinical areas.
According to Angop, the project will also have a morgue with 200 chambers and a hemodynamics laboratory.
According to Domingos António Chicanha, Secretary of State for Former Combatants and Veterans of the Country, the project for the aforementioned hospital – which, according to Angop, will have the category of reference center – is considered important for the armed forces.
On the occasion, the person in charge, cited by Angop, recalled the existence of other projects, such as the military hospitals in Cabinda, Moxico and Huambo, as well as projects such as academies, barracks and schools to house the armed forces.
It is recalled that in February this year, the Government announced the construction of three military hospitals in the provinces of Cabinda, Huambo and Moxico.