Mozambican farmer questions Japan-led support project
    A farmer in Mozambique pointed to issues related to a Japan-led project to support agriculture in the southern African country that ended last month.
    • Nippon
    • 04 August 2020
    Victory for peasant and civic movements! ProSAVANA officially ended
    Sayaka Funada-Classen reports that the Japanese and Mozambican governments have announced the termination of ProSAVANA, a huge victory for Mozambican peasant movements and tri-national peoples solidarity
    • Mokai and JVC
    • 24 July 2020
    Governo de Moçambique e Parceiros Acordam o Término do ProSAVANA
    O Ministério da Agricultura e Desenvolvimento Rural torna público que os parceiros envolvidos com o Governo no Programa ProSAVANA acordaram o seu término com a conclusão do “Projecto para o Estabelecimento de Modelo de Desenvolvimento ao Nível das Comunidades com Melhoria do Serviço de Extensão Rural no Desenvolvimento Agrícola do Corredor de Nacala em Moçambique”
    • Ministério da Agricultura e Desenvolvimento Rural
    • 20 July 2020
    【議事録】国会議員主催「プロサバンナ事業」勉強会(Meeting minutes of debate btw Japanese parliamentarians/NGOs & JICA/MoFA on ProSAVANA)
    • Mokai
    • 06 February 2020
    The rise and fall of ProSavana
    This paper explores the history of one of the world’s largest land grabbing deals signed by Japan, Brazil and Mozambique in 2009 through official documents and recordings, especially of the Japanese actors involved.
    • Observador Rural
    • 10 January 2020
    【記事翻訳】The Economist誌でのプロサバンナ特集
    The Economist誌でプロサバンナ特集がありました。 以下のリンクから原文をご覧いただけます。
    • 30 November 2019
    Productive agricultural investments versus “land grabs”
    Several agribusiness initiatives have stalled due to a combination of administrative logjams and a hostile political environment that increasingly questions the real motives behind the sudden interest by foreigners in African agriculture.
    • The Nation
    • 21 November 2019
    Stony ground
    Brazil and Japan plotted a farming revolution in Mozambique. But instead of sowing soya, they planted seeds of opposition.
    • Economist
    • 16 November 2019
    • TBS News
    • 10 September 2019
    Is nationalisation and state custodianship of land a solution? The case of Mozambique
    The attainment of democratic rights – including the right to access, control and defend land – must be defended and advanced through everyday struggles; laws and policies on their own won’t make significant change
    • Amandla!
    • 26 August 2019
    Plano Director do programa Prosavana
    A UNAC vem através do presente manifestar o seu distanciamento em relação ao conteúdo do comunicado de imprensa emitido pelas Plataformas da Sociedade Civil das províncias de Nampula, Zambézia e Niassa em relação a elaboração do Plano Director do programa Prosavana.
    • 21 January 2019
    UNAC press release on the Prosavana programme
    Mozambique's national peasant organisation UNAC dissociates itself from a press release issued by the Civil Society Platforms of the provinces of Nampula, Zambezia and Niassa, in relation to the Master Plan of the Prosavana programme.
    • UNAC
    • 21 January 2019
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