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Wed, 09 Mar 2016 18:29 - Updated Wed, 09 Mar 2016 18:29

Moxico: Farmers benefit from agricultural inputs

Lumbala Nguimbo - The peasants based in the commune of Mussuma-Mitete, municipality of Bundas, eastern Moxico province, received Wednesday new tractors, implements, plow and fertilizers, to boost the sector in the region.

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Peasants get Agriculture Inputs

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The municipal administrator, José Miguel Mandunda, who delivered the inputs said that the instruments will lessen the shortage of agricultural materials and boost agricultural production in the region.

He said that the next step of the local administration is to improve the road connecting the commune and the headquarters (Lumbala-Nguimbo) to facilitate the flow of goods to the province’s capital (Luena).

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