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Sat, 25 Feb 2017 12:48 - Updated Sat, 25 Feb 2017 12:48

Lunda Norte: University students encourage National Development Plan

Dundo - The participants of the 15th Edition of National University Students Camping (CANFEU), which ended on Friday in eastern Lunda Norte province, encouraged the materialization of the youth expectations included in the national development plan.

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The final report of the event refers that the effect of housing, agriculture, means of communication, among other projects, have contributed to asserting and boosting the diversification of the economy.

The event counted on the participation of 1.500 members of the ruling party’s youth wing JMPLA, from the country’s 18 provinces and diaspora.

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