“Horta Nha Kaza adapted to COVID-19” Project benefits about 100 families per neighborhood – Coordinator

Praia, Feb 23 (Inforpress) – “Horta Nha Kaza adapted to COVID-19” will benefit, in the second phase, about 100 families per neighborhood and Safende will be the first neighborhood to be covered soon, said the project coordinator, Gisseila Garcia.

The neighborhoods to be contemplated, in this second phase, are Safende, Achada Grande Frente, Achada Grande Trás, Palmarejo, Achada São Filipe, Terra Branca, however, want to take the project to other neighborhoods and other islands of Cabo Verde, said Gisseila Garcia in statements to Inforpress.

“We have already held a meeting with the Network of Community Associations and Social Movements of Praia (RACMS) to resume the second phase, and will be launched in a few days the campaign to raise recyclable materials on Facebook, because the idea is to set up small gardens with recyclable materials, we will organize by neighborhood and follow up”, said Gisseila Garcia.

“There will be about 100 families for each neighborhood, depending on the size of the neighborhood, so there are neighborhoods that can be more and others may be less,” she said, noting that soon the Safende neighborhood is one of the project beneficiares, because they are dealing with logistics issues, and the exclusive action plan for that area is already elaborated.
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