For this tenth episode of the videoblog “Stories of Rural Quelimane”, we returned to the Nicoadala district to meet again Alberto António Ubre, beneficiary of the “Rural Quelimane” project, co-financed by the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation.
In previous episodes, António had told us with satisfaction the advantages he had gained from agroecological training and participation in fairs, where he could meet many customers and sell his products, but he had also testified to the difficulties encountered after the outbreak of the Covid-19.
Now, however, the worst seems to be over and António is glad to see his fields in good health. Production is going well and he has also started growing corn and beans which he didn’t do before. It is now easier for António to have a sufficient quantity of products for sale in the markets and for personal consumption.
Watch the video and listen to his story: