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September 22

  • Nigeria: Nollywood Premieres Star-Studded Movies to Improve Nutrition [press release]

    IFPRI

    Nigeria's Nollywood's top movie directors, in partnership with HarvestPlus, a global program to improve nutrition, have made four movies to entertain and inform Nigerians on how... Read more »

  • Africa: The Battle for Seed Independence, Food Security and Sovereignty [analysis]

    SACSIS

    In order to address Africa's poor agricultural productivity international players are intent on criminalising traditional seed saving practices. This thrust is directed by a... Read more »

  • Kenya: Ogiek Women Conquer Cultural Barriers to Support Their Families

    IPS

    Just two years ago, Mary Ondolo, a 50-year-old mother of nine from Kenya's marginalised, hunter-gatherer community, the Ogiek, used to live in a grass thatched, mud house. She'd... Read more »

  • Gambia: Agriculture & Development - Ghe Reviews 2014 Season of Mango Out-Growers

    The Point

    The Gambia Horticultural Enterprise (GHE) Limited one of the investors selected by the Growth and Competitiveness Project for a Window 1 Matching Grant Facility for the... Read more »

  • Namibia: Horse Mackerel Quota Saved Fishcor - Esau

    Namibian

    MINISTER of Fisheries and Marine Resources Bernard Esau says the allocation of a horse mackerel quota to Fishcor, a hake fishing right holder, saved over 520 jobs. Read more »

  • Gambia: NFPG and 4H Gambia Embarks On Tree Planting Exercise

    The Point

    The National Farmers Platform-The Gambia (NFPG) in partnership with 4H the Gambia recently planted over 850 trees in the villages of Illiasa and Yallal Tankonjala in the Upper... Read more »

  • Cameroon: Farm Inputs to SW Producers

    Cameroon Tribune

    They recently received fertilizers, herbicides and insecticides from SOWEDA worth over FCFA 15 million. Read more »

  • Angola: World Bank Invests About 20 Million Dollars in Mosap Project

    ANGOP

    About twenty million US dollars are being invested since 2012 in the implementation of the MOSAP project - Oriented Family Agricultural Project in the provinces of Bié,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Resettled Farmers Have Done Us Proud

    The Herald

    The land reform was an unavoidable necessity to redress the unfair land tenure laws drafted by the unrelenting Rhodesian colonial system. Read more »

  • Zambia: Make Staple Food Affordable

    Times of Zambia

    MAIZE is Zambia's staple food which, therefore, should be affordable to all and sundry. Read more »



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