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Thu, 24 Sep 2020 12:24 - Updated Thu, 24 Sep 2020 12:24

National Police present Insurance, social support plans

Cuito - National Police (PN) in central Bie province Wednesday presented a life insurance and social support plans to the local staff.

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The scheme is part of the initiative of the Personal Security Fund of the National Police of Angola (CPPPN)/PNA), presented in August this year.

The plan is intended to address the needs of the police, their family members and other associates, in terms of health and social support.

Application will be based on choce of one of the three Health Prize packages, such as: Bronze, Silver and Gold.

The first covering expenses up to AKz 200,000, with second reaching 500,000 and the last covering up to 800,000.

As for the Social Support Plan or death insurance, the package will cover expenses up to AKz 7.5 million with the Police having to pay 5,400 per year and the aggregate 3,280 per year.

Addressing a lecture, thge inspector Francisco da Silva, highlighted the importance of joining the plans, aimed at helping health situations.

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