Luanda - Angola can achieve food self-sufficiency in five years, if it solves the problems of human capital, logistics and the market, said last Tuesday the minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, Francisco de Assis.More about this news
Luanda - Angola annually needs 60 tonnes of fertilizers to develop agricultural activity, said last Monday, the minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, António Francisco de Assis.
Lubango - The deputy director-general of the Agrarian Development Institute (IDA) for the technical area, Tarciso João Baptista, encouraged last Saturday in Lubango City, southern Huila Province, the associated farmers to join the project of Mechanized Brigade of Agricultural Equipment for Harvesting, in order to minimize physical effort and increase productivity.
Luanda - Angolan minister of Agriculture and Fisheries António Francisco de Assis Wednesday said that his sector will sign soon an agreement with Navy.
Cuvango - About ten hectares are being prepared by the associated peasants in Cuvango River perimeter, southern Huila province, as part of the local programme to fight hunger and reduce poverty.
Luanda - Three companies have started receiving financing of Akz 15.4 billion, as part of credit line from Programme for the Support of Production, Diversification of Exports and Replacement of Imports (PRODESI).
Luanda - The agricultural production in the Quiminha Integrated Regional and Agricultural Development Project in Icolo e Bengo municipality, in Luanda might reach over this year the 40,000 tons in an increase of more than 5,000 comparing to the last harvest.
Luanda - The Quiminha Integrated and Regional Agricultural Project, located in the municipality of Icolo e Bengo, northern Bengo Province, has canceled, for now, the plan to export bananas and potatoes to Europe, planned for this year, due to the pandemic of Covid-19 and the non certification of the product, its deputy director-general, Pedro Silveira, announced on Saturday.
Luanda - The integrated project of agriculture and regional development of Quiminha, in Luanda, has reached the capacity of 24million eggs/year, representing a doubling of production compared to the last two years, which reached 12 million units/year.