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Planned grain silo privatisation threatens Mozambique’s small-scale farmers

Warehouses and silos managed by Bolsa de Mercadorias de Moçambique were intended to stabilize agricultural prices but after years of challenges, the storage facilities might come under private management leaving little space for small scale producers. [...]

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Mozambique seeks private investor to revive Chokwe Agro-Industrial Complex

Mozambique’s state holding company, IGEPE, is launching a tender to find a ‘strategic partner’ to revive an agricultural inputs factory in Chokwe, Gaza province, which stopped operations months ago after poor harvests ruined the local economy. [...]

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Nyusi kicks off senior government reshuffle with four dismissals

Mozambique President Filipe Nyusi dismissed four senior ministers on Tuesday evening, in a much-anticipated reshuffle following ruling party Frelimo’s Congress in October - leaving the foreign ministry and the energy ministry, among others, temporarily [...]

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Fisheries, farming and food security will be hit by the end of Danish and Icelandic aid

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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Banana chips and baobab powder represent Mozambique’s ‘agripreneurs’

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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School food programme is ‘stepping stone’ to market for Mozambique’s small farmers

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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