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Wed, 05 Sep 2018 11:01 - Updated Wed, 05 Sep 2018 11:01

Minister encourages families to produce coffee and cocoa

Cabinda - The minister of Agriculture and Forests, Marcos Alexandre Nhunga, has encouraged peasant families and groups organised in small and medium firms in the northern Cabinda Province to support the Agricultural Value Chains project in the production of coffee, groves of palm trees, cocoa and cashews.

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Cabinda Province has great coffee production potential

Photo: Domingos Nicolau

minister of Agriculture and Forests, Marcos Alexandre Nhunga

Photo: Pedro Parente

Marcos Nhunga said that this initiative in the future will yield profits for the families and wealth for the communities.

The project, he went on to explain, will also bring about improvements in the productive infrastructures.

The initial beneficiary of the project will be the municipalities of Cabinda Province.

ANGOP has learnt that the project, financed by the African Development Bank (AfDB), is to create about 27,000 jobs.

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