The Angolan peasants mostly grow corn and potatoes, which are poor in protein and nutrients, and generates precarious physical health and latent conditions of food insecurity. With this project, CODESPA offer training production thecniques to small farmers and income improvement thourgh the storage system of all cooperatives. locally organized in cooperatives, to implement a local system of multiplication and commercialization of improved seeds, with dissemination activities and awareness of soy consumption, given that it is a crop that contributes in a special way to the improvement of nutrition and childhood health.
Through this education, it is intended to contribute to the improvement of the quality and productivity of the farmers' crops; incorporating knowledge and access to adequate agricultural inputs and training in the use of seed multiplication systems and their subsequent commercialization, as well as activities, actions and services foreseen to undertake and develop their full execution. In this way, the path towards the strengthening of micro-businesses of existing seeds is developed, thus improving the living conditions of families and their income levels.
This teaching allows to incorporate in the daily agricultural practices the use of new products such as soy and its derivatives that provide great nutritional value and greatly benefit the health status of these rural areas. The carrying out of activities of diffusion and sensitization about the consumption of soya contribute of special way in the improvement of the nutrition and the health of the childhood, fighting like this against the hunger of the inhabitants of the Angolan provinces of Huambo and Bié