Angola: Governor of Lunda Norte Wants New High Agrarian Institute

The province of Lunda Norte will have a new High Agrarian Institute, as a result of the promotion of agriculture in this region of the country, the information was released Tuesday by governor Ernesto Muangala.

Ernesto Muangala told the press when assessing the activities carried out in 2013, adding that the completion of this project will be a fact in the region, as soon as is finished the work of the Lóvua/Cahata national highway 225, in charge of company Odebrecht-Angola.

He ensured that with the effectiveness of the institute there will be technical training of new specialists in various areas aiming the development of farming, since Lunda Norte has conditions and agricultural potential, characterized by very fertile soil.

On the other hand, Ernesto Muangala also put into perspective, for next year, promoting of fishing, production of rubber, production of milk and fruit, as well as creating green belts and forest polygons.

For the year 2013, the governor expressed satisfaction by registered gains, with emphasis on agricultural development station (Capenda Camulemba).

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