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Send ANAP address message to Floridian peasantry (+ Audio)

Florida, May 18.- Aliesky López Lugo, president of the National Association of Small Farmers (ANAP) in the municipality of Florida, sent a message to the local peasantry about celebrating the 59th anniversary of the organization that groups them this May 17 . Details in the following report Marisol Álvarez, journalist for Radio Florida.

Cuban Farmers Support National Economic Strategies

Cuban Farmers Support National Economic Strategies

Cuban Farmers Support National Economic Strategies

HAVANA, May, 16 Thousands of members of the Cuban Small farmers Association (ANAP) held a series of municipal and provincial gatherings over the past days to analyze and debate strategies in support of the country economic plans, train producers and enforce discipline and control against crime and corruption, said association president Felix Gonzalez in statements to Granma newspaper. Continue reading

ANAP President Assesses the Increase of Sugar Plantations in Florida

Florida, March 6. – The possibilities of increasing the sugarcane plantations in the rural sector and the development prospects of the activity in agricultural cooperatives were evaluated in Florida attended by Orlando Lugo Fonte, president of National Association of Small Farmers (ANAP) in the country.

In exchange with leaders of various organizations and especially of the Ruben Martinez Villena, a cooperative with potentiality to be reinserted into the sugar sector, Lugo Fontes considered feasible the projections program of land preparation and planting of sugarcane drawn by managers and farmers of this cooperative. Continue reading

Growing Incorporation of Women into Agricultural Cooperatives in Florida

Florida, December 07 – Some 17 agricultural cooperatives in Florida already have in their associated payroll the 23 women requested in the agreements of the 10th Congress of the National Association of Small Farmers (ANAP) as the average figure for this rural bases. Continue reading