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Business models in the provinces of Huambo and Benguela
ADRA - Action for Rural Development and Environment is a non-profit organization, which has a microcredit project to support agricultural associations and cooperatives.
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Cabinda Integrated Agricultural Development Study
It is part of the commitment to diversify the Angolan economy. The importance of investing in the development of the agricultural and food sectors in the country, and in the province of Cabinda, in particular, justifies the African Development Bank to promote this study.
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PEDR's Angola Evaluation
In order to analyze the implementation of the Extension and Rural Development Program (ERDP) in Angola, and launch a new Extension and Rural Development Program for the post-2012 period, an evaluation was carried out in the field of the execution of the results of the implementation of the ERDP.
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Angola's industrialization program - Food and Beverage
The Angola Industrialization Program (PIA) is the guiding document for industrial activities in Angola, to be promoted in the period 2013-2017. The Food and Beverages sub-sector is strategic for the country and for territorial cohesion, being one of the sectors with the greatest dynamics and the greatest potential for the country's economic diversification.
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Angola's industrialization program - Wood and Furniture and Pulp, Paper and Cardboard
The Angola Industrialization Program (PIA) is the guiding document for industrial activities in Angola, to be promoted in the period 2013-2017. The subsectors of Madeira and Furniture and Pulp, Paper and Cardboard are fundamental for the country's development and with enormous export potential.
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Study on the potential of barley production in Angola
The aims' study is to identify the productive potential of the Angolan territory, defining potential priority areas, pointing out the existing limitations for the implementation of an agricultural project based on the production of barley.
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Loyalty Program
The program's objective is, on the one hand, to increase the degree of loyalty of current producers and, on the other hand, to increase the adhesion of new producers to the breeding of calves of the Angus breed, with a view to increasing the offer of calves of this breed on the market and satisfy the growing consumer demand for this type of meat.
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VITIS Costs
As part of the fulfillment of its mission, the IVV is responsible for implementing and monitoring the vineyard restructuring and conversion measure (VITIS Program). In order to fulfill this function, and to meet the obligations provided for in European regulations, the IVV established standard tables of unit costs, according to a fair, equitable and verifiable calculation method.
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Study on the potential of barley production in Mozambique
The aims of the study is to identify the productive potential of the Mozambican territory, defining potential priority areas, pointing out the existing limitations for the implementation of an agricultural project based on the production of barley.
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Traditional product promotion
ACPA intended to define a plan to give greater national and international notoriety to meat and pork from Alentejo - PDO.
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Prospective study for the forestry sector
The current scenario of market uncertainty and redefinition of national and European policies can lead to changes in the forestry sector with problems in terms of production, the industry's supply chain and, consequently, the competitiveness of the sector's agents. Given these circumstances, AIFF took the lead on this issue and launched the challenge in order to answer the following question: In view of the needs of the industry, will there be raw material in Portugal in the coming years?
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Opportunities in the grain industry
ANPOC requested a study that identified opportunities for improving and maximizing the value of the activity of its members.
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Impact of the new CAP on extensive cattle
Carrying out a study to assess the impact of the CAP reform after 2013 (2014-2020 period) on the range of extensive cattle, namely indigenous breeds, and possible consequences for the farms dedicated to this production.
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