Paepa foresees 250 direct jobs

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Luanda – At least 250 direct jobs could be created, in the short or medium terms, within the scope of the Support Program for the Flow of Production from Angola.

The forecast is from the representative of the business group António José and Brother Ltd, António José, who says he needs around 100 million Kwanzas for the implementation of Paepa across the country.

 

According to the businessman, who spoke to ANGOP, this amount will be used for the acquisition of technical, labour and transport means, to develop his activities with sustainability, in a first phase.

 

Paepa is aimed at producers with great difficulties in getting their products out of the production areas to the consumer, in order to avoid waste.

 

According to the businessman, the project is aimed at buying and selling products from the countryside to the city and vice versa, contributing to the process of diversifying the country's economy.

 

According to António José, Paepa plans to create, in the near future, a database to survey the number of peasants in the provinces of Luanda and Huambo, in order to allow greater control and facilitate the flow of production.

 

In a first phase, the project is being implemented in the provinces of Luanda and Huambo.

 

In the second phase of Paepa, all country regions will be covered.

 

The businessman made it known that, as it is a logistics, transportation and supply chain platform, Paepa will allow national agricultural products to reach urban areas avoiding their deterioration.

 

In turn, manufactured products may reach the rural population more regularly and minimize difficulties in these areas.

The forecast is from the representative of the business group António José and Brother Ltd, António José, who says he needs around 100 million Kwanzas for the implementation of Paepa across the country.

 

According to the businessman, who spoke to ANGOP, this amount will be used for the acquisition of technical, labour and transport means, to develop his activities with sustainability, in a first phase.

 

Paepa is aimed at producers with great difficulties in getting their products out of the production areas to the consumer, in order to avoid waste.

 

According to the businessman, the project is aimed at buying and selling products from the countryside to the city and vice versa, contributing to the process of diversifying the country's economy.

 

According to António José, Paepa plans to create, in the near future, a database to survey the number of peasants in the provinces of Luanda and Huambo, in order to allow greater control and facilitate the flow of production.

 

In a first phase, the project is being implemented in the provinces of Luanda and Huambo.

 

In the second phase of Paepa, all country regions will be covered.

 

The businessman made it known that, as it is a logistics, transportation and supply chain platform, Paepa will allow national agricultural products to reach urban areas avoiding their deterioration.

 

In turn, manufactured products may reach the rural population more regularly and minimize difficulties in these areas.