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Moniz Francisco is a journalist based in Uige, Angola.
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Authorities promise actions in response to increasing violence against children in Uíge

01 Oct 2023  |  www.voaportugues.com
Violence against children in Uíge province is rising alarmingly, with over 700 cases reported from 2021 to 2023, according to the Instituto Nacional da Criança (INAC). Rosária da Conceição Alfredo, the provincial director of INAC, highlighted the increasing numbers and the likelihood of unreported cases. Nkondo Ilengo from the Associação das Escolas Comunitárias noted the organization's efforts in counseling and nutritional support but emphasized the lack of material and healthcare support. INAC plans to implement awareness activities and a comprehensive program to strengthen child protection networks in the province.

UNITA President Accuses Authorities in Uíge of Attempting to Sabotage His Visit

10 May 2023  |  www.voaportugues.com
Adalberto Costa Júnior, the president of UNITA, accused authorities in Uíge of attempting to sabotage his visit, despite recent calls for increased tolerance and dialogue by MPLA's parliamentary leader. He reported encountering organized groups opposing his presence and criticized the ruling party for prohibiting participation in events. Costa Júnior also expressed concerns about poverty, unemployment, and lack of economic activity in the municipalities he visited. Attempts to get reactions from MPLA officials were unsuccessful.

Women with HIV/AIDS cry for help in Uíge

10 Apr 2023  |  www.voaportugues.com
In Uíge, Angola, women living with HIV/AIDS are facing hunger and discrimination, which hinders their ability to take antiretroviral drugs. They have appealed for help and employment during a recent meeting with the province's first lady, Zulmira da Roch, and the director of the Provincial Public Health Office, Kavenaweteko Adelaide Malavo. Engraça Fernando, a widow and mother of eight, and Albertina Pinto, who faces discrimination from her husband, shared their struggles. Maria Paulo, a 40-year-old who has overcome many challenges, called for the creation of support centers for those stigmatized by the disease.

Entrepreneurs in Uíge say that TAAG's flight cancellations harm businesses and consumers

21 Mar 2023  |  www.voaportugues.com
Entrepreneurs in the Angolan province of Uíge warn that the state airline TAAG's suspension of flights to the provincial capital will negatively affect businesses and consumers. TAAG recently canceled flights to Uíge, 10 months after resuming them following a nearly 20-year hiatus. The suspension, which also affects Cuito, is part of a domestic flight program adjustment effective from March 3 until May 31, with a reassessment scheduled for June 1, 2023. Local hotel manager Kekele Domingos and businessman Santos Tomás express concerns over travel difficulties and the potential loss of tourists and urge the government to address the situation promptly.

Justice technicians and administrative staff of the PGR protest in Uíge

19 Feb 2023  |  www.voaportugues.com
Justice technicians and administrative staff of the Angolan Attorney General's Office protested in Uíge, citing poor working conditions, lack of health insurance, and the need for a review of their remuneration status as their main grievances. The protests were organized by the National Union of Justice Technicians and Administrative Staff.

Pregnant women denounce mistreatment in maternity ward

25 Jan 2023  |  www.voaportugues.com
Pregnant women and mothers of newborns in Uíge, Angola, report mistreatment by nurses, accusing them of aggression and lack of humanity. Similar complaints were recently reported in Malanje. Health authorities deny these incidents.

Nelito Ekuikui Urges President to Hold Municipal Elections and Rui Falcão Tells UNITA to Collaborate in Parliament

10 Jan 2023  |  Voice of America
Nelito Ekuikui of UNITA in Luanda challenges the President to fulfill his promise of holding municipal elections in 2023, while MPLA spokesperson Rui Falcão responds that UNITA should positively contribute to the remaining municipal legislative package in the National Assembly. The two major Angolan parties have been exchanging accusations regarding the elections, with the legislative package still incomplete and scheduling not yet done by the new National Assembly President, Carolina Cerqueira.

With great care in the pocket, families in Uíge prepare for Christmas

23 Dec 2022  |  www.voaportugues.com
The economic crisis has affected most people in 2022, and as the festive season approaches, many consumers are looking at their pantries with some dismay. A visit to a market in Uíge reveals how families are preparing for a special week to celebrate Christmas.
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