Day: April 7, 2019

Boa Vista: Health Delegate regrets lack of specialists in the island

Sal-Rei, Apr 8 (Inforpress) – The Health delegate of Boa Vista lamented Sunday the shortage of medical specialists, which, however, will be “resolved through a new program” by the Ministry of Health that will move regular specialists to island. Krisia Delgado was speaking to Inforpress as part of a health activity held this Sunday by …

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Maio: City Hall invests around seven million escudos to recover desalinator

Praia, Apr 8 (Inforpress) – The City Hall of Maio invested about seven million escudos in the purchase of parts to repair a 300-cubic-meter desalinator at the Ponta Preta station, whose damage affected the distribution of water in the island. In a note sent to Inforpress, the councilwoman responsible for the water sector, Carolina Santos, …

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TAAG reconnects Angola and Cabo Verde as of this month, after three years

Luanda, Apr 8 (Inforpress) – Angolan airline TAAG will resume flights between Angola and Cabo Verde three years later with the first flight to be scheduled for March 26 via São Tome and Principe, announced company. The information is part of a statement released by the TAAG delegation in São Tome and Principe, which the …

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Porto Novo: Portuguese association helps farmers in North Plateau to deal with “severe drought”

Porto Novo, Apr 8 (Inforpress) – The North Plateau in Porto Novo (Santo Antão) has received in recent days a series of actions demonstrating sustainable agricultural practices with farmers and cattle farmers, promoted by the Association for the Defense of Heritage of Mértola (Portugal). According to the association, the initiative, which is part of the …

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