The south-south cooperation of the peoples of Brazil and Mozambique

Organized by Diana Aguiar and Maria Emília Pacheco from FASE’s National Advisory Group (GNA), the book presents a critical analysis of the ProSavana master plan based on the Brazilian experience in defense of food sovereignty and agroecology. Since 2012, social movements, organizations, trade unions and research groups have been accompanying actions of Development Cooperation and Brazilian investments in the Nacala Corridor in Mozambique, their impacts and threats to the livelihoods of the peoples of that territory. This group is driven by democratic principles, cooperation and sovereignty of peoples and South-South solidarity.


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