The Ministry of Agriculture, Water, and Land Reform said it plans to revive most of the green schemes in the country established by the government. Ministry spokesperson Chrispin Matongela told Nampa on Sunday that further Cabinet resolutions taken in December would soon be implemented by the ministry. According to Cabinet’s directive, the green schemes will be outsourced to private operators in line with Harambee Prosperity Plan objectives through calls for expression of interest. Matongela’s comments come after the president of the Popular Democratic Movement McHenry Venaani conducted an oversight visit to the green schemes in the Kavango East Region from 26 to 28 January 2022.
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