After having wasted more than 560 million yen on the drafting of the ProSavana Master Plan, governments resort to co-opting Civil Society

ADECRU | 11 January 2016 | Portuguese

 by  AÇÃO ACADÉMICA PARA O DESENVOLVIMENTO DAS COMUNIDADES RURAIS (ADECRU)
(Translation from Porutguese by GRAIN)
(Maputo, 11 January 2015) – After having spent more than 560 million yen on consultancy services to develop a Master Plan which fails to attend to the demands of the Nacala Corridor communities and has been widely criticised and denounced by social movements and organisations within the ‘No to ProSavana!’ Campaign, the ProSavana coordination team, together with the governments of Mozambique, Brazil and Japan, has resorted to enticement and has set out to co-opt national civil society organisations.

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