The Republic of Equatorial Guinea has made significant progress in the agricultural sector with the recent addition of the Akon Mnam Grouping in the Djibloho province.
The Grouping adds an 8-hectare holding of land for the cultivation of tomatoes, peppers, manguillas, and aubergines, among other vegetables.
The country’s Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry has made significant strides in the industry recently and has called for more public and private partnerships to further increase agricultural opportunity and production.
The Ministry provides policy advice and programs for sustainable development, a leadership system directed by the Minister of Agriculture and Forestry, management of forestry assets, effective food regulation, and the development of policies to promote food safety.
Equatorial Guinea is focused on the performance and integrity of the sustainable development of natural resources to benefit the country’s economy and future well-being.