Angola Signs Funding Agreement With E.U., UNICEF To Train Water Workers For Improved Sanitation

Bloomberg News: Angola Taps E.U., UNICEF Funding to Train Water Workers
“Angola, where less than half of the population has access to clean water, plans to build a complex in the southwest African nation to help train water workers with funding assistance from the European Union and UNICEF. The funding agreement signed Thursday in Luanda, capital of Africa’s largest crude oil producer after Nigeria, will aid 2,500 government employees from 2017 at a center near Catete, the organizations said in an e-mail…” (McClelland, 2/12).

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