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Agriculture Danish Ambassador Johnny Flentø visiting an Agro-Investe/Gapi project in Gaza in 2016. Photo © Eva Sofie Fritzbøger / Zitamar News
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Denmark and Iceland are phasing out decades of support to Mozambique as the countries close their diplomatic missions in Mozambique. Denmark closes its embassy in Maputo today, 1 December, and will phase out [...]

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Agriculture L to R: Dra Emilia Uamusse - Academic Vice Chancellor of UEM, Dr Jorge Nhambiu - Minister of Science and Technology, Anifa Osman, Baobab Mozambique, Turkish Ambassador Aylin Tashan, Maria da Graça Tomas of Mozkubwika, and Elena Gaffurini Vali of DEV Mozambique
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14 companies, each with a plan for innovative agri-businesses in Mozambique, presented their products at the Future Agriculture Challenge Producers of baobab powder and sweet potato chips will represent Mozambique at the Global [...]

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Agriculture More than 90% of people depend on agriculture for their livelihood in rural Tete province. Photo © Eva Sofie Fritzbøger / Zitamar News
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The World Food Programme (WFP) and the Mozambique government are aiming to use a school feeding programme to help small-scale farmers find a reliable market for their produce, while combating child malnutrition in the country.

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Agriculture The swathe of northern Mozambique under plans for ProSavana
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The controversial ProSavana project, a collaboration between Mozambique, Brazil and Japan to develop export-oriented agriculture in the Nacala Corridor, remains at a standstill due in part to stiff opposition from civil society organisations, Mozambique’s [...]

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Agriculture Pigeon peas, Cjanus cajan. Copyright C.L. Ramjohn
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The Mozambique government has signed two new memoranda to export 120,000 tonnes of different types of beans to India, in addition to continuing to export the remaining 78,000 tonnes of pigeon pea agreed between the two countries last year. Mozambique’s [...]

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Agriculture Pigeon peas, Cjanus cajan. Copyright C.L. Ramjohn
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India should still meet its commitment to import 125,000 tonnes of pigeon peas from Mozambique this year, despite rumours in the Indian press the government could roll over part of this quota to the following year, the Indian High Commissioner to Maputo [...]

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