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SALsA - : Strengthening the agro-zootechnical sector in the provinces of Gaza and Sofala

Credit: Coopermondo

Implementing Partners and Organisations

CEFA – Comitato Europeo per la Formazione e l’Agricoltura (capofila), AMPCM – Associação Moçambicana de Promoção do Cooperativismo Moderno, Granarolo, Regione Emilia Romagna

Period of Implementation

January 2018 - December 2021

Geographic scope

Africa: Mozambique


$ 41,454
€ 39 480


Bilateral Aid: AICS – Agenzia Italiana per la Cooperazione allo Sviluppo


Agriculture & Fisheries, Rural Development

Type of Activity

Training & Capacity Building


The project aims to improve living conditions, combat hunger and malnutrition and achieve food security through an integrated rural development intervention in the provinces of Sofala and Gaza in Mozambique.

Project Objectives

The project aims to improve technical knowledge to increase milk production in terms of both quality and quantity. The aim is to find sustainable solutions to increase the production of local products and improve the diet of the beneficiaries. In addition, the aim is also to promote the principles of healthy and proper nutrition in schools. The project also aims to create a real community of which the beneficiaries of each activity (breeders, farmers, women and teachers) can feel part. The aim is to reduce social inequalities and at the same time involve men in activities considered feminine, such as housekeeping and meal preparation. The creation of cohesive communities allows the same activities to continue.

Impact on SDGs

SDG1 - No Poverty
SDG2 - Zero Hunger
SDG8 - Decent Work and Economic Growth
SDG15 - Life on Land

Direct beneficiaries

Individuals: 7400

Key Tags

Entrepreneurship, Food Security