"About 300 million dollars was approved in March of the current year for the financing of MOSAP III, which in addition to the three provinces will cover ten more provinces", said Aniceto Bila, manager of the MOSAP II program, quoted by Rádio Nacional de Angola (RNA).
The official informed that the program becomes "effective in December this year for a period of six years", with around 200,000 families benefiting.
"About 200,000 families are programmed to be MOSAP III beneficiaries", he said, quoted by RNA.
Regarding MOSAP II, the official considered that the results were positive, having explained that the program came to help in terms of productivity and production volumes.
"Maize at the time when the project started was about 500 kilos per hectare, now with the investment in capacities it has risen from 0.5 tons per hectare to 1.7 tons, this in terms of productivity. Production volumes in the three provinces, which were Bié, Malanje and Huambo, has increased", he said, quoted by RNA, adding that when they made the so-called "baseline in 2016, the commercialization capacity was about 17 percent of what they produced, now it is at an average level of 57 Percent".