12 December 2012

São Tomé and Príncipe: Sao Tome Farming Team in Luanda for Exchange of Experience

Luanda — A team of small peasants from Sao Tome and Principe is since Tuesday in Luanda for an exchange of experience with the Angolan officials of the sector, ANGOP has learnt.

The vice chairman of the confederation of association of peasants and farming co-operatives (Unaca), Albano Lussaty, said the visiting team will seize the occasion to boost the co-operation between the organisation of co-operatives with the Portuguese Speaking Community (CPLP).

Unaca confederation will transmit its knowledge on the fight against hunger and reduction of poverty, the campaign credit, the revitalisation of literacy programmes, as well as acquisition of technical material.

During his seven-day stay in Angola, the visiting team will meet with UNACA representatives, for an exchange of experience in the domain of training of cadres.

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