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Morocco: Agricultural Sector Suffers Due to a Lack of Rainfall

In comparison to the previous year, Moroccan dam reservoirs designated for agricultural use have a 2 billion m3 deficit in water reserves. While assessing the...

New Guinea: EU-STREIT PNG reaches and supports around 3000 rural women...

Over the last four months, the EU-STREIT PNG Program in has reached 5000 plus mostly rural farmers, including 3000 young girls and women from...

The Effects of Rainfall Patterns on Food Crop Production

The Effects of Rainfall Patterns on Food Crop Production according to Mr. Obed Kofi Tuabu, a Ph.D. candidate at the University for Development Studies...

Farmers are encouraged to use improved and hybrid seeds

In light of the rising cost of input, Mr. Kwasi Wih, National Director, Plant Protection and Regulatory Services Directorate (PPRD) of the Ministry of...

Ghana: Prof. Bosu appointed as New CSIR Director-General

In accordance with the CSIR Act 521 of 1996, Professor Paul Bosu, a former Deputy Director-General of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research...

Nigeria: Central Bank to fund the aquaculture value chain

The aquaculture sector is one of the focus areas for the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), which claims it is prepared to finance the...

Rwanda: Embank on a new coffee variety to boost the sector’s...

In Rwanda, farmers can now purchase a new coffee variety (the RABC15 variety of Coffea Arabica), which begins yielding two years after planting, as...

UNCCD Could Increase Global GDP by $140 Trillion

According to attendees at the UNCCD 15th conference, if the goals of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) are realized, the global...

Kenya: Twiga Foods launched a new commercial and contemporary farming business

Twiga Foods, a Kenyan B2B E-Commerce firm, has formed a new subsidiary focusing on modern and commercial farming. Twiga Fresh will scale up the...

Tanzanian’s Soften borders helps Kenya Economy

A year after President Samia Suluhu assumed office, Tanzania's softened borders with Kenya, reduced non-tariff obstacles, and solutions to bilateral disputes have resulted in...