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.More about this news
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.
Lubango - At least 209,926 tonnes of cereals (maize, millet and sorghum) are being harvested in the province of Huila by farmers' associations in the first season of the 2019/2020 agricultural year.
Rome - Angola has defended FAO-African Union (AU) cooperation to work out a special programme at this stage of containing the spread of Covid-19, in order to ensure the resumption of production and productivity in the continent.
Rome - The implications of covid-19 on food security and the experiences of African countries in combating this pandemic are topics that will deserve the attention of African ministers of agriculture, on Thursday, in the virtual meeting with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).
Luanda -Angola imported from 2016 to 2018 coffee products worth 12,8 million Euros while have exported coffee estimated at 3,2 million Euros registering a deficit of 9,6 million Euros in the commercial balance.
Luanda - The European Union wants to improve the performance, growth and contribution of the coffee value chain for the diversification of the economy, through the program for the development of the private sector, financed with 12 million euros, said Wednesday in Luanda, the European Union ambassador to Angola, Tomás Ulicny.
Addis Ababa - African Union (AU) Commissioner for Rural Economy and Agriculture, the Angolan national Josefa Sacko, has encouraged, in Addis Ababa, African states to make big investments in the agricultural sector in order to reverse the trend of food importation.