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Call for Nominations: The Africa Food Prize 2020

Nominations are Open for the 2020 Africa Food Prize. The 100,000 USD celebrates Africans who are taking over the continents agricultural agenda.

Turkey to invest $15m in Nigeria’s agricultural sector – Mustapha ...

The Nigerian  Minister of State for Agriculture and Rural Development, Mustapha  Shehuri, stated that the Turkish government has promised to invest $15...

Senegal turns to eco-farming to protect food supply as climate changes

Senegal turns to eco-farming to protect food supply as climate changes The switch to agroecology will involve planting trees...

USAID launches West Africa trade and Investment hub with $60m to...

The United States Agency for International Development, (USAID) to invest $60 million to boost agriculture in Nigeria and across West Africa.

Nigeria: Federal Governement To Site Specialized Agricultural Market In Osun State

The Federal Government is making plans to site a specialized agricultural produce and international fish market in Ijebu –Jesa in Oriade Local...

Ghana: GCB Bank invests US $66m in Ghana’s agricultural sector

GCB Bank has invested approximately US $66m in Ghana’s agricultural sector. Of the total amount, US $65m was channelled into the cocoa...

Reflections from 2019 ACAI Annual Review in Zanzibar

The 2019 annual review and planning meeting of the African Cassava Agronomy Initiative (ACAI) has come and gone but the memories and...

Southern Africa Food Security Alert latest

According to the latest report on Southern Africa Food Security Alert published on December 13, 2019 from Famine Early Warning System Network, ther...

Kenya: KALRO, EU Unveil Modern 2,000 Bird Capacity Breeding And Multiplication...

The Kenya Agricultural Livestock Research Organization (KALRO) and the European Union (EU) have unveiled a modern indigenous chicken breeding and multiplication unit...

Malawi: USAID launches K51.5 billion Titukulane project

USAID has launched the $70 million (MK 51.5 billion) Titukulane Project to reduce levels of food insecurity at household level in Malawi.