Luanda, Angola, 29 May – The Angolan authorities Thursday began a national survey to find out how the Angolan population lives and the state of its health and education services and employment, amongst other areas, Angolan news agency Angop reported.
A Angop adianta que o inquérito tem por objectivos conhecer a estrutura de consumo das famílias, a situação da mulher e da criança, os indicadores da saúde, educação, água, saneamento, emprego, agricultura familiar e as características da habitação e do agregado familiar.
12,500 families will serve as a sample for the wellbeing of the Angolan population, which will be randomly surveyed in all the provinces of the country.
The project is funded by the World Bank and UNICEF and is expected to cost US$7 million.
The survey is due to take a year to implement. (macauhub)