3 December 2012

Angola: FAO Spends Akz 200 Million On Projects

Kuito — The United Nations Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) spent AKz 200 million since 2011 to the present date on various social projects in the provinces of Bié, Huambo and Luanda, Angop has learnt.

The information was released Monday by the FAO coordinator of land project in central Bie province, Txaran Basterrechea, who stressed that the project ends in August 2013.

Txaran Basterrechea also said that the amount is being implemented in projects like Law and regulation of land, diagnosis of agrarian systems, sustainable management of natural resources, improve the gender equality in access to the land, among others.

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