MICAIA’s work on Sustainable Management of Natural Resources Sustainable land use is essentially about balancing the rights and needs of rural people with national ambitions for economic growth and food production (balancing ‘development’ with local livelihoods and sustainable resource use). Agriculture and commercial forestry are important sectors in Manica Province, and much of the province…
Daily Archives: January 16, 2015
Mozambique’s route to prosperity must be built on a thriving, dynamic agricultural economy with ‘Breadbasket’ zones meeting growing national demand (including food security needs) and through commercial partnerships with global businesses contributing to meeting changing food supply requirements around the world.
Mozambique has done really well in improving access to basic education. Almost all children now enrol in primary school. The average number of years of education has increased from less than three to more than four.