28 December 2012

Angola: Fluvial Fishing Pushed in 2013

Ndalatando — The Kwanza Norte Province's director for agriculture, fisheries and rural development, Humberto Mesquita, on Thursday in Ndalatando City pointed out the re-launch of fluvial fisheries in Kambambe Municipality and the rehabilitation of the Quilombo botanic centre, as being among the priorities for the year 2013.

According to the official, in an interview to the press, it is currently underway the viability studies for the implementation of the traditional fishing programme in Kambambe Municipality.

Humberto Mesquita also highlighted the boosting of farming activity in Camabatela locality, with the distribution of some cattle to farmers, as well as the mechanization of 5000 hectares of land as positive achievements in the year 2012.

He said that throughout the year 2012, in the ambit of the agricultural boost programme of the provincial government, the authorities handed out 12 tractors to farming associations and co-operatives in the province, among other measures.

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