Cabinda, a province in Angola has been slated to receive 39 agricultural tractors to boost agriculture in the province.
This project is part of the government’s strategy to tackle food insecurity in the country as well as diversify the economy and reduce the importation rate.
So far, a total of 17 tractors have been delivered to the province.
Macârio Romão Lembe, the deputy governor for the economic sector of Cabinda on receiving the tractors amplified the government commitment in increasing production in provinces with agriculture.
Tractors will be delivered to three brigades with 10 tractors each while 9 will be directed to province-based philanthropic organizations.
Cabinda province has the potential to produce bananas, beans, sweet and yambe potatoes, coffee, cocoa, macunde beans, corn, cassava.
Culled from www.angop.ao