The southern Cunene Province has since Wednesday counting with monitoring services of climate and weather of the first Agro-meteorology Station, inaugurated in the Okambada locality by the State secretary for Telecommunication, Aristides Safeca.
The station is equipped with sensors that monitor the atmospheric temperature, humidity, regarding other climatic factors.
Therefore, the national director of food security office of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, David Tunga, considered the agro-meteorology as an efficient instrument for control and records of climate change.
"With this infrastructure the province gains a great capacity for intervention in rain season, thus more records on rain, despite of forecasting the impact on development of cattle and agriculture of the region", he said. According to David Tunga, the station will work in harmony with meteorology portal, whose central is based in Luanda, where will be processed and disseminated all information about climate and weather.