• Proposal

    Application for Accelerating Women Entrepreneurs Prize-Feed the Future Back ground and Founder profile   Poultry is an emerging and important sector that has been contributing progressively to our economy from t...
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  • StrigAway™ Weed Resistant Maize Seed

    Striga, commonly known as witchweed, is a parasitic plant that requires a living host for germination and early development. Maize, the staple food for the majority of East Africans, is particularly susceptible to Str...
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  • Let's Eat Together  (LET)

    LET is an innovative business idea which intends to help poor children to decrease malnutrition. It is profitable and at the same time it helps poor families children. The business idea is based on Base of Pyramid mar...
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  • Dr congo

    Hello, I am looking to open a farm in DR Congo. I would like any information you have on Farming, land and funding for this kind of NGO. If you have any please.    
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    Good day          We need good Agricultural And Tourism Profitable Business Proposal .  if you can not  Travel to meet our Representative we can not Release  Or Transfer our Funds to anyone&nb...
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  • ABOUT THE NEW WAY OF IRRIGATION TO SAVE WATER WITH  DRIPTECH LASER SPRAY IN SENEGAL WEST AFRICA

    Harvest for the world When it comes to water use agriculture is the elephant in the room, soaking up about 70% of the planet's freshwater Driptech says its irrigation system costs around 70% less than comparative high...
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  • A newly installed GrainPro Cocoon in Uganda for storing high-quality maize, without using chemical pesticides.  The maize, grown by smallholder farmers, is destined for foreign markets...

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  • Expanding Food Trade: Ways to Innovate and Thrive

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  • CHANGING PEOPLE'S MENTALITY FOR BETTER

    The big challenges of working or getting things done in Africa are, the slow process of getting things done and the corruption.  All American firms who are trying to accomplish their contractual responsibilities ...
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  • We're Undervaluing Value Addition

    I recently attended a side event at the United Nations for the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW62) on the Role and Contribution of Rural Women in Food Sovereignty in Sierra Leone. I had the pleasure of listening...
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  • LOMAS Marketing Cooperative Society empowering women and youth in Agri Business in Rural kenya

    Having Institutional structure in place brings in success and positive impacts of parties involved. The structure in LOMAS has brought about success in Agriculture Value Chain where its easy to work with low income ru...
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  • Teenage Enlightenment

    How do we as young agroprocessing and farming advocates get teens to choose agric related careers. lots of teenagers dont see the beauty in agriculture. based on happenings in your vicinity how do you suggest their at...
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  • Small holder women processing pumpkins and cowpeas into sausages and nutri - breakfast cereals in chimanimani in Zimbabwe

    Communal women in Chimanimani are adding value to locally available underutilised nutrient dense indiginous foods. They are now adding cowpeas which is an indiginois bean into meat sausages to improve nutrition and in...
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  • WHICH CASSAVA BYE PRODUCT IS MORE PROFITABLE

    Good day esteemed folks, I want to start cassava farming, please what is the advisable bye product or end product of cassava can a newbie venture into. Best regards.
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  • NIJI FOODS CREATING MORE VALUE FROM CASSAVA PEEL

    BACKGROUND Nigeria is the largest producer of cassava and according to Feed Navigator Online, in 2011, the nation production climbed to 52.4 metric tons and a total of 6.5 metric tons of cassava peel waste were genera...
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  • TURNING WASTES INTO WEALTH

    Do you know that you can turn those wastes around you into wealth? Every community whether rural or urban generates quite a lot of wastes daily from homes, offices and farms. Instead of allowing these wastes to const...
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  • Small holders using certified potato seed in Guatemala!

    In the highlands of Guatemala, many smallholders are accustomed to traditional agricultural practices, and have limited access to the technical assistance, improved inputs, and services needed into increase their prod...
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  • Success Stories of Metal Reaper LSPs.pdf

    Success Stories of Metal Reaper LSPs
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  • Partner Story on Reaching Walmart Producers

    Commercialization of Entomopatogenic Nematodes (NemaPower) with vegetables producer for a supermarket chain.
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  • Empowering a Local Change Agent to Reach the Last Mile - the story of Tarcisio Ernesto

    In 2014, after years of hearing neighboring farmers complaining about the low quality of seeds they were getting by recycling the previous year’s grains, and the high costs and inconvenience of traveling to purc...
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