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The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) on Tuesday and Wednesday held...
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,...
1st March, Gaza- Small farmers and extension technicians from Mabalane and Massingir districts attended to a training in cassava production and marketing as part of the FAO-sponsored project to improve the value chain of this crop in Gaza province. Twenty producers and six extension technicians participated in the training, that during 4...
14 February, Maputo- State-of-the-art marine research vessel Dr. Fridtjof Nansen arrived in the capital to work with the country on the survey on fisheries resources and ecosystem.As the only research ship flying the UN flag, the vessel investigates oceans, using cutting-edge technology and sophisticated equipment to help developing countries assemble...
In Mozambique, about 80% of the population survives on the basis of agriculture, and poultry farming is a complementary activity. Most people affected by emergencies rely on agriculture for their livelihoods. Most are farmers, herders, foresters and fishermen who, in times of crisis, often lose their production.Through this scenario, poultry...
Through the FAO emergency programme, about 60 producers from the districts of Moamba, Magude, Mabalane, Massingir and Guijá have benefited from FAO poultry raising training.For the implementation of this activity, the beneficiaries received building material from aviaries with 1,500 chickens each, to benefit a total of about 225 families covered...
To develop the sustainable and market-oriented cassava value chain, FAO is promoting cassava production among small farmers in the Massingir and Mabalane districts of Gaza Province so that cassava is no longer just one staple food but also, a product of high energy value and raw material for the processing...