UNAC "ENTREGA" 9 FONTES DE ÁGUA ÀS POPULAÇÕES DE FUNHALOURO

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No prosseguimento das suas actividades tendentes à melhoria das condições de vida dos seus membros e não só, a UNAC-União Nacional de Camponeses, através do Programa de Água, Saneamento e Fortalecimento Institucional (da UNAC), em implementação no Distrito de Funhalouro, Província de Inhambane, desde 2011, construiu, recentemente, 9 fontes de água, sendo 6 poços copulados com bombas manuais Afridev e 3 furos com as mesmas bombas.

 

Acesso à água potável

Este programa, cujo objectivo se resume na necessidade de garantir o acesso à água potável, para o consumo humano, abeberamento do gado e incremento da produção de hortícolas, através da rega; contou com a parceria da Organização Engenheiros Sem Fronteiras.

 

Entrega oficial das fontes

Com efeito, nos dias 18 e 19 de Agosto findo, uma equipa representativa da UNAC, acompanhada por representantes da parceira Engenheiros Sem Fronteiras, do SDPI-Serviços Distritais de Planeamento e Infra-Estruturas e do SDAE-Serviços Distritais das Actividades Económicas de Funhalouro, deslocou-se às comunidades das Localidades de Tome e Mavume, onde com a presença das chefias das respectivas localidades e da população, procederam à entrega oficial das fontes de água, que beneficiarão a 2.435 habitantes, sendo Chimuanine (250), Mangengene (434) e Chissapene (661), na Localidade de Tome; e Mahomo (300), Chelene (398) e Muhanga (392), na de Mavume.

 

De referir que cada uma das comunidades de Tome recebeu um furo e um poço, ambos copulados de bomba manual Afridev, enquanto que as de Mavume, beneficiaram, cada uma, de um poço, igualmente copulado com bomba do mesmo tipo.

 

Kits agro-pecuários

Na mesma ocasião, e para impulsionar o cultivo de hortícolas e a assistência ao gado bovino, foram igualmente entregues kits a 24 promotores, compostos de equipamentos agro-pecuários e medicamentos veterinários essenciais, como forma de incentivar o início das suas funções.

 

De salientar que a satisfação por parte das comunidades foi tão grande, de tal forma que cantou-se e dançou-se, de maneira contagiante, a ponto dos visitantes darem também o gosto ao pé, cantando e dançando com os beneficiários, em festapomposa e proporcional aos ganhos, conhecido o crónico problema da falta de água, de que o Distrito de Funhalouro padece.

CAMPONESES CAPACITADOS EM CRIAÇÃO DE GALINHA "CAFREAL"

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No âmbito do aumento da capacidade para a melhoria da vida dos camponeses membros da UPC-União Provincial de Camponeses de Cabo Delgado, com vista à criação de oportunidades de reforço da renda familiar, através dos saberes incutidos nas famílias camponesas; decorreu no dia 26 de Junho de 2015, uma formação na componente de criação melhorada de galinha da raça local.

 

Em última análise, o programa visa a redução da pobreza, a garantia de reservas de carne para a dieta alimentar e o empoderamento económico da mulher.

 

Participação feminina

Com efeito, a formação de um dia, que teve lugar na Sede da Associacão Massiquine, na Comunidade de Sassalane, Distrito de Mecúfi, Província de Cabo Delgado, foi participada por 18 membros, dentre os quais 15 mulheres, e facilitada por um Técnico da UPC-Sede.

 

Conhecimentos adquiridos

Na formação, os membros foram munidos de conhecimento sobre:

 

# Maneio Produtivo (construção de capoeira melhorada e seus anexos, debicagem, muda induzida);

# Maneio Reprodutivo (proporção macho/fêmea, efeito macho);

# Maneio Alimentar (importância da alimentação das aves, tipos/grupos alimentares, formulação de ração caseira, fornecimento de ração e água);

# Maneio Sanitário (desinfecção e limpeza das capoeiras, controlo de parasitas e doenças comuns nas aves).

 

Para o alcance dos objectivos da capacitação, foram usados métodos combinados de teoria e prática, dos temas relacionados com o maneio geral das aves de capoeira.

 

Resultados Alcançados

Os membros do grupo de PCR de Sassalane ou da UDAC-Mecúfi,  em geral, adquiriram conhecimentos teóricos e práticos sobre os tópicos acima mencionados, nomeadamente:

 

Construção e maneios de capoeiras melhoradas de baixo custo;

Maneio Reprodutivo das aves;

Maneio Alimentar; e

Maneio Sanitário.

 

Por outra...

Estas actividades visaram responder aos objectivos previamente estabelecidos, para o conhecimento e a prática de aspectos gerais sobre estas matérias. E durante a formação, os membros aprenderam, com sucesso, os métodos de criação e selecção das galinhas para a reprodução; com dicas importantes sobre o processo.

 

Programa de vacinação

Vacina contra Gumboro (Bursite Infecciosa) aos 7 e 14 dias de vida, via oral ou nasal.

 

Recomendações/Desafios

=> Garantir a réplica do sistema de criação melhorada de galinhas da raça local, através das capoeiras construídas pelos beneficiários da formação;

=> Introduzir o sistema de criação de galinhas, usando a metodologia de FFS/CEC (capoeira escola no criador);

=> Usar rigorosamente o plano de controlo da profilaxia de doenças e parasitas, para melhor comprovar as técnicas; e

=> A UDAC-Mecúfi e a UPC-União Provincial devem desempenhar um grande papel na monitoria do processo da implementação da criação intensiva de galinhas locais no distrito.

NIASSA DEBATE COMERCIALIZAÇÃO AGRÍCOLA

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Pela segunda vez em dois anos consecutivos, Niassa realizou, no dia 22 de Julho findo, na Cidade de Lichinga, a Conferência Provincial sobre a Comercialização Agrícola, onde os camponeses vincaram a necessidade de que os preços dos seus produtos sejam justos, e a inerente cadeia de valores, viável e sustentável.

 

A abertura oficial do encontro contou com os préstimos do Governador da Província de Niassa, Arlindo Chilundo, que reconheceu na mística apresentada pelos camponeses, o triste drama vivido por estes, no dia a dia de trabalho e de vida, no meio rural. “Na verdade, vimos aqui o sofrimento vivido pelos camponeses, que trabalham a terra arduamente, para depois venderem a sua produção a preços baixos, a comerciantes que depois a vendem a preços muito altos, no mercado formal” - disse Chilundo, para quem a reclamação dos camponeses é legítima.

 

Problema de vias de acesso

Na Província do Niassa, em particular, e no país inteiro, em geral, o problema das vias de acesso se tornou um cancro, que piora nas épocas chuvosas, repercutindo-se no aumento do preço dos transportes e/ou na sua carência, situação que acaba prejudicando os camponeses, que ficam sem a possibilidade de escoar a sua produção até às zonas de comércio e, consequentemente, à mercê de comerciantes injustos, que quase sempre os aldrabam, na avaliação da qualidade da produção e no preço.

 

O dilema do transporte

Segundo depoimentos registados na ocasião, na Província do Niassa é frequente ver os camponeses passando dias com a sua produção amontoada nas paragens, à espera de algum transporte que os leve à cidade, onde esperam vendê-la a preços que os compensem; todavia, esta (produção) acaba deteriorando-se alí amontoada, porque ou o transporte é caro, ou não existe. Este dilema, expõe os produtores à vulnerabilidade de serem “aproveitados” e/ou “roubados” pelos comerciantes desonestos, isso, quando não caem no risco de ver, impotentes, a produção que lhes custou economias e sacrifícios, apodrecendo. Situação que, em última análise, perpetua a pobreza.


 

Capacitação de promotores

Numa colaboração regulada pelo Memorando de Entendimento celebrado entre a UPCN-União Provincial de Camponeses de Niassa e a DPASA-Direcção Provincial de Agricultura e Segurança Alimentar, tem vindo a decorrer uma capacitação contínua dos promotores locais de extensão. Segundo Júlio dos Santos Pêssego, Coordenador Executivo da UPCN, já beneficiaram das capacitações 5 (cinco) distritos, esperando-se que num futuro não especificado, outros distritos possam, igualmente, beneficiar de iguais capacitações.

 

Pêssego aproveitou o momento para lamentar-se do isolamento e desprezo a que estão sujeitos os promotores de extensão ao serviço do movimento, da parte dos extensionistas da rede pública, destacando o Distrito de Maúa como aquele em que tal cenário mais se observa.

 

Camponeses vs tractores

Seis distritos de Niassa acabam de receber, do governo, 8 (oito) tractores cada. E o companheiro Pêssego, mesmo achando boa a iniciativa, alerta para a necessidade de definição de estratégias claras, sobre como estas máquinas beneficiarão, efectivamente, aos camponeses.

UNAC FORMA AGENTES DE ADVOCACIA

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Quarenta e nove (49) líderes das uniões distritais de camponeses filiadas à União Provincial de Camponeses da Zambézia, beneficiaram de uma formação, em matérias de Advocacia, na Cidade de Quelimane, entre os dias 30 de Setembro e 1 de Outubro. O objectivo desta sessão formativa era a criação de uma plataforma de advocacia horizontal, no movimento.

 

O que é advocacia/ advocar

Segundo os facilitadores do encontro, advocar é denunciar, defender, ecoar a voz em defesa da justiça violada e/ou em favor dos injustiçados, agir, resistir, lutar através de argumentos e evidências. Advocacia é a acção concertada dessas formas de luta e de defesa dos direitos e interesses violados.

 

Perfil do Agente de Advocacia

Neste capítulo, os participantes ensaiaram o desenho do perfil de Agente de Advocacia que o movimento de camponeses da Zambézia considera razoável, para responder aos seus desafios, hoje em dia, agravados pelo açambarcamento da terra.

 

Louvores à iniciativa

Falando em seu nome e em nome de todos os camponeses locais, Almirante Gaute, Presidente da UPCZ-União Provincial de Camponeses, agradeceu a iniciativa da UNAC, de direccionar aquela formação à Zambézia: “Já demorava esta formação cá para nós. O nosso desafio agora é fazermos valer o esforço, aplicando e replicando estes conhecimentos” - disse.

Outra vez o Prosavana

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Outra vez o Prosavana volta a atropelar e pontapear os direitos dos camponeses e dos moçambicanos como um todo. Para não variar foi a vez do Sr. Pacheco, sim, trata-se exactamente do Ministro da Agricultura e Segurança Alimentar. Depois de os camponeses já terem sido chamados de analfabetos em 2013, no Japão, pelo então ministro dos Transporte Paulo Zucula, desta vez foi o ministro José Pacheco. Durante a auscultação pública da versão zero do plano director, realizada no passado dia 12 de Junho, em Maputo, o ministro num tom arrogante e prepotente disse na abertura do evento que não queria ouvir discursos antipatrióticos, obstrucionistas e a serviço de agendas externas.


Para piorar ameaçou os mais de 100 participantes que deslocaram-se ao Centro de Conferências Joaquim Chissano para atender o evento, condicionando as intervenções. “As intervenções devem cingir-se a apresentação feita sobre o Prosavana e não à outras questões, pois quem não estiver interessado em contribuir de forma construtiva que sai da reunião ”.

O regresso das plantações coloniais a Moçambique

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19 de Fevereiro, 2015 - A África trava uma batalha de tipo colonial pelas suas terras agrícolas e os camponeses de Moçambique estão na linha da frente.

Um novo estudo sobre os negócios fundiários de Moçambique conclui que desde 2006 se fizeram pelo menos 35 negócios com investidores estrangeiros para a produção de cultivos alimentares, num espaço de mais de 500.000 hectares.

Muitos desses negócios dizem respeito a terras no Corredor de Nacala, uma área de cerca de 14 milhões de hectares no norte de Moçambique, onde o governo e os doadores estrangeiros desenvolvem infraestruturas de transporte e agricultura para a exportação.

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