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Interview with members of UNAC

Interview with members of UNAC (National Peasants’ Union) from Mozambique, on land tenure politics and its impact on family farming as well as on food sovereignty in Mozambique. The absence of adequate conditions for granting credit for agricultural purposes, associated with the (absence of) politics imposed by the WB can generate an immediate increase of agricultural production but, paradoxically, it can also increase the number of poors and hence the pockets of hungry population (landless) throughout the country. Indeed, what will be produced in Mozambique, in land that will be expropriated from peasants, will feed other markets, as Ismael Ossemane and Inácio Maria – both from UNAC  - alert

Video in Portuguese


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