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Anadarko and its partners have donated a computer and office equipment for issuing birth registration and biometric identity cards to the Palma district government.
The donation forms part of the company’s social responsibility agenda and is aimed at promoting the well-being of communities and stimulating access to essential services such as education and health.
According to Anadarko representative Eva Pinto, the donation was made following the signing of a memorandum of understanding with the government of Mozambique in November 2016.
Provincial Director of Civil Identification in Cabo Delgado, Angélico André, said the Anadarko donation would greatly facilitate current activities, and encourage more people to register and get biometric ID cards.Source: Folha de Maputo
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