The new minister of Social Action, Family and Promotion of Women (MASFAMU), Ana Paula Neto, highlighted, Wednesday (21), during the handover of portfolios, that she will continue with the projects initiated by the previous minister, with greater focus on the well-being of children, women and the elderly.
“I want us all to do the race, but that we all have peripheral vision to be able to see our colleague. There is no individual work. The work is collective, it belongs to the sector. Let’s take advantage of each one’s individual potential and together we will make a report that mirrors the work of this ministerial department,” she said.
Ana Paula Neto said that she will carry out a diagnosis so that she can determine the professional potential of each one and continue to focus on the well-being of children, women, the elderly and vulnerable people, seeking to give the right answers.
For her part, the outgoing minister, Faustina Alves, wished her successor success: “We are available and open to suggestions, advice and contributions whenever necessary so that they continue to firmly erect the mast of Social Action, Family and equality of rights. gender, pillars of the governance of the Angolan Executive”.