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Maputo - The Mozambican authorities believe it is possible to complete the demining of the country by 2014, if the international community provides the funding needed to support the government's efforts to remove land mines.
Speaking at a seminar held in the southern town of Namaacha, the director of the National Demining Institute (IND), Julio Braga, said that the government allocates annually about three million US dollars from the state budget for demining operations.
Akin Adesina, vice president of the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (Agra), talked to AllAfrica about the work of the young, Nairobi-based institution and how its priorities and programs are evolving to improve food security across Africa.