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07th February, Mozambique – Queen Mathilde of the Belgians held a five-day visit to Mozambique...
18 January 2019, Tsangano (Tete) – Ntengo-Wa-Mbalame means, in Chewa dialect, "bird tree". Legend has...
In Mozambique, the overall fish production from aquaculture has been declining in the last decade,...
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) defended today urgent measures to...
About 49 thousand tons of maize have already been lost in Mozambique due to the plague of the fall armyworm (LFM), according to data from the National Directorate of Agriculture and Forestry. Speaking at a seminar on management and control of the fall armyworm (FAW) held in Maputo, the Representative of...
A joint mission of the European Union (EU) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), held a four-day working visit to Nampula province to assess existing agricultural challenges and potential, and also to monitor the activities of the Millennium Development Goal Programme- MDG1c.The visit, led by...
The Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security (MASA) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) have signed an agreement to initiate a new project to support small farmers at the national level.The funding will be provided by USAID and is valued at US $ 5.6 million...
The graduation ceremony of 30 mastere trainers on farmer field school methodology was held on the  21 of June 2018, in the district of Gondola in Manica Province.. This season  long  training course followed an Agreement signed between the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Seccuity  (MASA) and The Food and...
22 May 2018, Maputo - Aiming to support the sustainable development of aquaculture in Mozambique, efforts are being made by the Ministry of Sea, Inland Waters and Fisheries to support aquaculture development including all the small-scale producers in the Province of Inhambane , through a training program and other forms...