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AGRA Disburses $28M to Mozambique’s Agricultural Sector

AGRA Disburses $28M to Mozambique’s Agricultural Sector

The Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) on Tuesday, 18 July, disbursed a total of US$28 million to be invested over a five-year period in the country’s main development corridors – Nacala, Beira, Pemba, Lichinga, Limpopo, Maputo and the Zambezi Valley region – to boost the national agricultural sector and expand production.

“For the third strategy, our investment is about US$28 million for five years, focused on supporting the competitiveness of Micro and Small Enterprises so that they have the capacity to bring agricultural inputs to producers and also to dispose of production,” explained AGRA’s general manager in Mozambique, Paulo Mole.

According to the official, the main objective is to boost the inclusive development of markets and sustainable agriculture, providing support for the provision of seeds, as well as assisting the Government in the implementation of some policy reforms.

With regard to the flow of agricultural production, the source said he recognised “the importance of tertiary roads for the flow of production, but for the country to be able to visualise the importance of infrastructure, producers must have something to market”, he justified.

AGRA is a 100% African organisation working to drive agricultural and inclusive transformation in Africa, increasing incomes and improving food security.

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