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14 June, Maputo- The Austrian Development Agency (ADA) has provided 650,000£ to the Food and...
7 June, Gaza- The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), in partnership...
6th June 2019, Chimoio (Manica) – Until the end of June approximately 7.000 farmers shall benefit...
4 June 2019, Quelimane (Zambézia) – The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations...
19 May 2019, Namaacha (Maputo) – Technical officers from the agricultural sector, students and lecturers from the fields of agronomy, forest and environmental engineering as well as researchers interested in sustainable development, climate change and recovery of degraded areas this weekend attended the second training in syntropic farming, hosted by...
Verónica Alberto Tsandzane is one of 25 agricultural extension officers from Gaza Province, who this week completed in Chokwé, Gaza, a train of trainers in the Farmer Field School (FFS) methodology with a focus on climate change adaptation. The activity was carried out by the Food and Agriculture Organization of...
Approximately 130 guests on Friday attended a Field Day in Tsangano District, Tete Province, organized by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), in collaboration with the Tete Provincial Directorate of Agriculture and Food Security (DPASA) and the Tsangano District Service of Economic Activities (SDAE). The event took...
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) recently launched in Maputo the third phase of the FAO-European Union FLEGT Program, which is part of the Action Plan on Legislation, Governance and Trade of Forest Resources. The work plan for this phase of the Program in Mozambique is guided...
Elementary school students in Tete Province benefit from nutrition lessons in an approach adopted by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) to reduce chronic malnutrition in the province of Tete with a current rate of 44% in children 0-5 years), according to the Technical Secretariat for...
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