The MINAG was developed by the National Program and Fertilizer Management Regulations in 2012. The MINAG has a particular interest with bundling in addition to the value chain of fertilizers. Through developing value chain infrastructure a framework can be standardized to help raise quantity and quality of available fertilizers. With these relationships in place, the result should be capacity strengthening throughout the institutions for sustainable quality.
This presentation is based on the AMA Innovation Lab projects for the Long-term Impacts of a Temporary Agricultural Input Subsidy in Mozambique. This workshop will present the results of an ambitious 5-year study that has tackling the question whether temporary subsidies can permanently boost input use and crop yields.
This presentation took place in Maputo, Mozambique on September 15, 2014 by IIAM. This presentation is translated from Portuguese.