This research examines the implementation of agricultural projects benefited from the District Development Fund (FDD), taking as if the District of Chibuto, Mozambique. Considering the characteristics of the country, the relevance of the FDD and the need to have a higher rate of payment of these projects highlights the need to study these projects, despite their increased over the years, has led to low rates compared financial resources to pay the FDD. Therefore, compromises the multiplier effect of these financial resources that should benefit more community development projects. For the preparation of this paper was applied to semi-structured interview managers FDD District and the methodology was used "snowball" in the selection of farmers interviewed, where the inclusion of informants was progressive as one respondent indicated behalf of another interviewee. Applied questionnaire with closed and open questions about the implementation of the projects. It was found that most farmers and agricultural associations are delinquent on the payment of the FDD, even with money incomes satisfactory and that some aspects of technical, institutional and human influence in the payment of the FDD. It is imperative to recast the management mechanisms FDD accompanied by other public policies.
KEYWORDS: Funds district, farmers beneficiaries, reimbursement of financial resources, indicators of success and failure
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