14 February 2013

Angola: Peasant Families Benefit From Mosap Projects in Bié

Kuito — Over 500 farming families in districts of Katabola, Kamacupa, Chinguar and Andulo, central Bie province, benefit from Market-Oriented Family Agriculture (MOSAP).

This was said Thursday by the provincial director of Agriculture, Rural Development and Fisheries, Marcolino Rocha Sandemba, who underlined that the programme yield result at peasant families.

Marcolino Sandemba also said that MOSAP has as the main goal to grant funds, train farmers in preparation of land, make use of animal traction and product processing.

MOSAP has recently handed over four vehicles and 14 motorbikes to the technicians of agriculture development station in the province's capital, Kuito.

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