Africa-Press – Angola. Fourteen young members of agricultural cooperatives, in the municipality of Belize, in Cabinda, benefited from a three-wheel motorbike to facilitate the process of transporting products from the field to the headquarters’ consumer markets.
The funds were delivered by the governor of Cabinda, Mara Quiosa, on Friday, within the scope of the Integrated Rural Trade Development Program (PIDCR), which aims to change the current situation of difficulties in the product flow process.
Of the fourteen three-wheeled motorcycles delivered, ten will be used to transport products from the field to the municipality, three will be used for taxi service at the municipal headquarters and one will be used to collect solid waste.
On the occasion, the governor of Cabinda, Mara Quiosa, urged the beneficiaries to keep in mind that they will help peasants, former military personnel and families with little financial income.
Therefore, she appealed for the good use of the means, remembering that the motorbikes were delivered as credit, and each young person must reimburse the amounts, which will be used to purchase more moving vehicles for the benefit of others.
The beneficiaries promised to work on behalf of the community, transporting products from the rural population to the municipal headquarters and vice versa and providing full support to the residents.