After a few months dedicated to preparatory activities, such as the selection of beneficiaries and the presentation of the initiative to local authorities, and some delays caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the “Circular Agriculture to reduce hunger in Zambezia” project, co-financed by Otto Per Mille under state management, is now in full swing.

In six communities, near the city of Quelimane (Mozambique), seeds and plants of fruit trees were distributed and agricultural tools were also purchased to help the more than 300 beneficiaries during their daily work.

Various training activities were then carried out dedicated to circular agriculture during which producers learned some agricultural techniques, sustainable and replicable, to limit the loss of seeds as much as possible and to improve production in terms of quantity and quality.

Below are the photos of the trainings and the delivery of agricultural tools:

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