The World Bank today approved a US$150 million grant to improve the income and resilience of rural communities. The amount is from the International Development Association and is part of the first phase of Mozambique’s Sustainable Rural Economy Program. The project is for 10 years and will address some of the urgent challenges faced by small farmers and fishermen, as well as by Micro Small and Medium Companies (MSME) in the sector, while seeking to improve the management practices of natural resources.Source:O País

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