The World Bank is funding sixty-five million meticais for the routine maintenance work of some access routes connecting the agricultural and fishing production areas of the Mogincual district, Nampula province.
These are roads with a length of 62 km.
However, the director of the Mogincual District Planning and Infrastructure Service, Agostinho José, who advanced the information to Radio Moçambique, said that the intervention works include the construction of bridges and pontoons, aqueducts and drainage systems.
Agostinho José said that, in addition to this activity financed by the World Bank, the access roads are being rehabilitated, starting from the Administrative Post of Quixaxe to that of Namige, by a Chinese contractor.
According to him, these interventions will ensure the transitability of roads throughout the season and allow the rapid flow of agricultural and fishery products into and out of the district of Mogincual.