PRODESI disburses over Kz 19 billion in Benguela

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Benguela - Forty projects of the productive sector, in Benguela province, benefited from a financing of 19.2 billion kwanzas, under the scope of PRODESI, ANGOP learnt this Thursday.

The amount was invested mainly in the transformation industry, agriculture, maritime fishing and aquaculture, to finance the modernisation of cooperatives, import of fertilisers, purchase of agricultural and fishing inputs, amongst other projects.

This information was provided to ANGOP by the director of the Provincial Office for Integrated Economic Development, Samuel Maleze, when he was debating the implementation of the Programme of Support to Production, Diversification of Exports and Substitution of Imports (PRODESI), at the level of Benguela.

According to the official, these projects are part of a portfolio of 61 projects already approved, with an overall value of 194.8 billion kwanzas.

During 2020, Benguela province had 46 projects approved and funded by PRODESI, amounting to 32.2 billion kwanzas, with primacy for the sectors of manufacturing, agriculture, marine fisheries and aquaculture.

 

 

The amount was invested mainly in the transformation industry, agriculture, maritime fishing and aquaculture, to finance the modernisation of cooperatives, import of fertilisers, purchase of agricultural and fishing inputs, amongst other projects.

This information was provided to ANGOP by the director of the Provincial Office for Integrated Economic Development, Samuel Maleze, when he was debating the implementation of the Programme of Support to Production, Diversification of Exports and Substitution of Imports (PRODESI), at the level of Benguela.

According to the official, these projects are part of a portfolio of 61 projects already approved, with an overall value of 194.8 billion kwanzas.

During 2020, Benguela province had 46 projects approved and funded by PRODESI, amounting to 32.2 billion kwanzas, with primacy for the sectors of manufacturing, agriculture, marine fisheries and aquaculture.