A study carried out by the company PD Consult concluded that the population of the island of Maio could triple by 2030, if all the variables were met.
This fact, according to the study, will have an impact on all sectors of economic, social and environmental activity on the island.
The study begins by making an X-ray of the current state of the island which, according to the 2010 census data used in its preparation, had about seven thousand inhabitants, with a small airfield and a port, connected with the country’s capital with two weekly air connections and three regular sea connections weekly, but without a regular and predictable public land transport service.… Read More
“Little Africa Maio” project in Cape Verde, further details as the complex, to be built in three phases, will be managed and operated by a new company, to be created in the framework of the partnership, called “Little Africa Services” (LAS).… Read More
The Mayor of Maio, Miguel (Michel) Rosa, shared, on the last night, his “joy” with the signing of the Establishment Convention between the Government and the IHCV Private Group, for an investment in the order of 500 million Euros, on your Island.
Miguel Rosa speaks of a “decisive” step towards a “great journey” for the development of Maio, an investment that, as he underlined, will put the Island “on a new level” in terms of tourism and beyond.… Read More
The Cape Verdean Prime Minister, Ulisses Correia e Silva, today highlighted the impacts of the largest private tourist investment ever in the country, of 500 million euros and which will create more than 4,000 jobs on the island of Maio (Ilha do Maio, Cabo Verde).… Read More
The Municipal Assembly of Maio was installed today and conferred possession of the Municipality of Maio, led by re-elected Miguel Rosa, during a ceremony attended by the Minister of Industry, Commerce and Energy, Alexandre Monteiro.
In his speech, the Mayan mayor promised to continue working to make the island a reference at national, and even international, betting on the infrastructure and requalification of towns and villages and, above all, in the city of Porto Inglês.… Read More
“Cape Verde, for the first time, has world Biosphere reserves and joins the existing 701 world Biosphere reserves”, announced Ulisses Correia e Silva, on the classification approved by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Culture (Unesco).… Read More
The Minister of State, Parliamentary Affairs and the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Fernando Elísio Freire, considered today that Maio went from being a forgotten island to being an island of hope.
According to Fernando Elísio Freire, who is visiting Maio, the island has been experiencing “great gains” with investments in urban and environmental requalification in all villages, thanks to a “good partnership” between the central and local authorities.… Read More