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82% of the food consumed by the country is of national production

Carlos Eduardo Sanchez   The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, reported this Wednesday that 82% of the food consumed in the country is of national productio “We can say that 82% of the food that you get on the street is produced with Venezuelan hands. An achievement in the middle of … Continue reading

URGENT WEBINAR TODAY WEDNESDAY 19th: – How the US Sanctions Starves Nations!

URGENT WEBINAR THIS WEDNESDAY 19th: – How the US Santions Starves Nations! Alex Saab, Cape Verde, CLAP, diplomatic immunity, ECOWAS, Extradition, Femi Falana, Interpol, red code, US santions, webinar Caracas, May 16 (OrinocoTribune.com)— Alex Saab has been illegally held by Cape Verdean authorities in jail and most recently in a strange house arrest due to his capacity to bypass US and European illegal sanctions against the … Continue reading

URGENT WEBINAR THIS WEDNESDAY 19th: Alex Saab Lawyer – How the US Starves Nations

May 16, 2021 Alex Saab lawyer, Femi Falana, has accepted to participate in a webinar about this important US Sanctions related case. Caracas, May 16 (OrinocoTribune.com)— Alex Saab has been illegally held by Cape Verdean authorities in jail and most recently in a strange house arrest due to his capacity to bypass US and European … Continue reading

Venezuela Secures Deal with UN’s World Food Programme to Supply Food to 1.5 Million Children

  Mexico City, Mexico, April 21, 2021 (venezuelanalysis.com) – Venezuela reached an agreement with the United Nations’ World Food Program (WFP) to supply food to 1.5 million school children by the end of 2023. The deal was announced on Monday by WFP Executive Director David Beasley together with Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro during a televised … Continue reading

Venezuela Assigns Land for Food Production on CLAP’s Fifth Anniversary

The food subsidy program reportedly reaches seven million Venezuelan households and has replaced its import dependence with national production.By Paul Dobson Mar 15th 2021 at 4.51pm Topics Social ProgramsBolivarian Project Tags CLAPSanctionsPeasants/Campesinos Short URL:  clap_yaracuy.jpg Members of the CLAP in Yaracuy state. (Presidential Press) Mérida, March 15, 2021 (venezuelanalysis.com) – Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has … Continue reading

Cuba, Venezuela strengthen agri-food ties in face of sanctions

  Prensa Latina Havana, Mar 9 (efe-epa).- Cuba and Venezuela agreed on Tuesday to promote food sovereignty by expanding bilateral cooperation to the field of agri-food, which the governments of the countries say is one of the areas most affected by sanctions imposed by the United States. The agreements were signed within the framework of … Continue reading

In Commune: The Che Guevara Commune (Part 1)

  Video Series “In Commune” Chapter Four: The Che Guevara Commune (Part 1) In this chapter of In Commune, Venezuelanalysis visits the rural Che Guevara Commune, located in the Caracciolo Parra Municipality, between the frigid mountaintops of Mérida State and the steamy hot climates south of Lake Maracaibo. This commune began to take shape ten … Continue reading

The project “Rescue of Vanguardia bees” starts in Lara

  Últimas Noticias With the objective of improving the quality of life and the environment of the Larense community, Industrias Maros, CA, has begun to develop a program in conjunction with “Vanguardia Bee Rescue”, an initiative that seeks to preserve the species of Native Bees Without Sting. (ANSA), in Lara state; This activity is part … Continue reading

Venezuela Presents Encouraging Seed Production Statistics (Food Sovereignty)

In terms of seed production, Venezuela has changed the equation and is now increasingly departing from its past dependence on importation of seeds. Imports used to represent 90% of total seeds, recalled President Nicolás Maduro this Wednesday, February 24, during a working meeting on the agriculture sector broadcast by Venezolana de Television (VTV). The Minister … Continue reading

Venezuela – Food Security and Sovereignty to Fight Starvation Sanctions

    By Nino Pagliccia Global Research Mainstream media references to Venezuela always focus on the devastating economic crisis, which they directly or indirectly attribute either to the Maduro government mismanagement or to a total failure of the Bolivarian Revolution envisioned by Hugo Chávez. US sanctions are mentioned (if they are at all) as if they were … Continue reading

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