Minister of Environment of Mozambique wants partnership with FAS

12 the December the 2008 - The Minister of Environment of Mozambique, Dra.Alcinda António de Abreu, want to do a partnership with the Amazonas Sustainable Foundation […]

The Minister of Environment of Mozambique, Dra.Alcinda António de Abreu, want to do a partnership with the Amazonas Sustainable Foundation (FAS).  "A experiência da FAS com populações tradicionais da floresta amazônica muito nos interessa. Gostaríamos de interagir tanto no nível técnico/pragmático como também universitário, through scholarships to high-level agreements ", said in a meeting with the technical and scientific director of the FAS, João Tezza, na Cop 14, em identified, Poland.

A minister, one of the most important authorities of the Mozambican government, who was also Minister of Foreign Affairs of the African country, quer visitar o Brasil e conhecer algumas unidades de conservação onde atua a FAS no Amazonas. "Temos muitas coisas em comum e gostaria de trocar experiências com a fundação", commented.


João Tezza, technical-scientific director of the FAS, and the environment minister of Mozambique, Dra.Alcinda António de Abreu,in conversation during the COP-14

Accompanied by the coordinator of Environmental Actions of the Department of International Cooperation of Mozambique, Marilia Telma Manjate, the minister was keen to emphasize that Brazil and the Amazon, especially, podem se transformar em grandes parceiros do seu país. "A experiência brasileira no meio ambiente é uma das mais avançadas do mundo, especially on the issue of forests and communities work together tradicionais.Queremos ", slaientou.

According to director John Tezza, existe a possibilidade real de se fazer uma parceria com Moçambique. "Convidamos a ministra Alcinda para nos visitar no Amazonas e faremos uma gestão junto ao governo federal, through the government of Amazonas, order to make the visit that should happen in the first half of 2009, between April and June. Our experience will be shared with Mozambique, for speaking Portuguese that are still closest to us ".


Minister of Environment of Mozambique, Dra.Alcinda António de Abreu, surrounded by the technical director of the FAS-cientiífico, João Tezza and the coordinator of Environmental Actions of the Department of International Cooperation of Mozambique, Marilia Telma Manjate

The director said Marilia Manjate a partnership with Brazil via FAS is important, porque Moçambique precisa intensificar suas atividades na área de formação de mão-de-obra de profissionais que atuam no nicho socioambiental. "Podemos desenvolver vários projetos técnicos.Temos interesse nesta direção".

Antonio Ximenes
Chief Editor of the site of FAS
In Poznan, Poland

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