ANGOLA: Government pledges to provide better health care

Saturday, November 22, 2008
JOHANNESBURG Wednesday, October 01, 2008 (IRIN) - Angola's new government is promising better health facilities at both primary and secondary care levels, as well as to reduce the prevalence of HIV/AIDS over the next four years. The oil- and diamond-rich nation went to the polls earlier this month and returned the ruling MPLA party to power with more than four-fifths of the votes, giving it 191 seats in the 220-member legislature. UNITA, the largest opposition party, only managed to garner 10...