The Jack Ma Foundation is set to officially launch the second edition of the “Africa’s Business Heroes” (ABH) prize competition this evening. The program will enable African brightest minds to … Read More
For the past few years Indian private sector has been partnering with East Africa countries on selected investment areas under a project initiated by the Geneva based International Trade Center … Read More
BASF, a German chemical company with businesses across the world, today closed acquisition of Bayer’s global vegetable seeds business, mainly operating under the brand Nunhems®.
Sudan’s economic future may rest in the hands of its smallholder farmers. Two thirds of the country’s population (36.2 million people) live in rural areas and agriculture provides essential employment … Read More
The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank has approved EUR 200 million loan to support inclusive and Sustainable Development of Agricultural Value Chains in Morocco.
By Andualem Sisay Gessesse – Yamoussoukro, Cote D’Ivoire – Multiple projects financed by the Korean government and implemented by Cote D’Ivoire government agency specialized in rural development – ANADER – … Read More
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, today formally launches ‘Africalease’, an association that will promote leasing across sub-Saharan Africa in agribusinesses and transport, among … Read More
Youth from all over Africa came together in the first-ever African Youth Agripreneurs (AYA) Forum held in Ibadan, Nigeria last week.
Six African countries along with two international development partners launched a continental project- Africa Sustainable Livestock 2015 (ASL) to help them properly manage the sector.
Oromia Insurance Company (OIC) on Saturday payout 1.6 million birr in livestock insurance compensation to 1,474 pastoralists in Borena and West Guji zones of Oromia Region.
Press Release – Investing in the resilience of smallholder farmers is more important than ever if we are to maintain the food security gains now being threatened by the after … Read More
Some 110,000 people in five districts of Tunisia in the Governorate of Siliana, home to some of the country’s most disadvantaged people, are set to benefit from $24 million financing … Read More