At the Triangular People's Conference on ProSavana in Tokyo, Japanese researcher Sayaka Funada-Classen explains how this agricultural megaproject in northern Mozambique follows Japan's historical model.
Tem lugar em Tóquio uma Conferência Triangular dos Povos sobre o ProSavana. Este mega-projeto agrícola no norte de Moçambique segue modelos históricos do Japão, conta a pesquisadora japonesa Sayaka Funada-Classen.
The Administrative Court of Maputo orders the Ministry of Agriculture to provide all information of public interest on ProSAVANA, an agriculture project between the Mozambican, Brazilian and Japanese governments
The Japan International Cooperation Agency says the project will advance sustainable agricultural development in the northeastern region of Mato Grosso State and bring benefits to Japanese and global food security