• 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Registration and discounts open for UC Berkeley - Solidaridad workshop on Innovation in Agrifood Supply Chains: People-Planet-Profitability, April 18-19, 2018

    On April 18 and 19, 2018, the College of Natural Resources, at the University of California, Berkeley, in collaboration with Solidaridad North America, will hold its third annual training workshop on “Innovation...
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  • INDUSTRIALIZING AFRICA THROUGH AGRICULTURE

    Africa is home to fertile land for agriculture. Over 70 percent of Africa's population are engaged in farming. Several crops are cultivated yearly but unfortunately, the value chain of these crops are not maximized d...
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  • World Food Day 2017 SDG2: Zero Hunger Changing the future of migration, Invest in Food Security and rural Development

    If women had the same access to productivity as men they could increase yields in their fields by 20-30%. This alone would raise total agricultural output in developing countries (Nigeria included) by 2.5-4%, which wo...
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  • World Food Day 2017 SDG2: Zero Hunger  Changing the future of migration, Invest in Food Security and rural Development  Food Security; The place of Teenagers

    The average farming age in Nigeria is between 61 and 65years and the average age is 24 years . Our visit to St Mulumba Catholic College in Ile-ife an ancienty city where most household have in recent times practiced f...
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  • Youth Agric Festival on Agribusiness

    The YFarm Youth Agric Festival was organised to promote youth agric enterprises, build capacities of young people in the agric sector and engage with relevant stakeholders. The organizers goal was to promote a youth-l...
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  • PROCESSING BIOFUEL FROM PALM TREES

    Palm trees are of various species such as Palmyra, date palms, coconut palm, wine palm, etc. Its sap yields alcoholic beverage which can be processed into ethanol fuel for running of various engines and cars. Fuel p...
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  • Borana Livestock Resource Management

    Borana Livestock Resource Management undertakes management of livestock and related tasks that add resilience of pastoralists and empower lives of people connected to it. Tasks include: 1. Supply of improved live weig...
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  • Agribusiness Investment Summit

    FYI: The Agrique Arica Investment Summit is being held in October in Frankfurt. For more information: https://www.agriqueafrica.com/
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  • PALM TREES - RAFIA PRODUCTS

    All these beautiful products and many more are made from palm trees in Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State of Nigeria. Products ranging from shoes, hats, seats, furniture, art works, etc are in abundance in this ancient town...
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  • Seeking for partners and mentors

    We are a group of young people and women that is intending to start agribusiness investments as one of the solutions to alleviate poverty and empower the youth within our community. We have got various projects but we...
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  • Bad governance hinders growth amongst smallholder farmers

    Only with the support of the state can there be a measurable change in agric development by providing smallholder farmers with second generation agro-equipment, climate change technologies, land reforms and value chai...
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  • Bottom of Market - Learning Center

    I came across an online academy that offers classes and boot camps all about doing business in bottom-of-the-pyramid markets. It looks to be free and like a great assorted of classes about inclusive agriculture busine...
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  • BIOFUEL FROM PALM WINE

    This is palm wine, an alcoholic beverage derived from palm trees. This product is in abundant supply in the southern part of Nigeria especially in the Niger Delta region and some parts of Cameroon. Youth excessive ind...
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  • ICT4Ag 2017

    This one-day conference will build on ICTforAg 2015 and 2016, bringing together 300 thought leaders and decision-makers in agriculture and technology from the international development community and the private sector...
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  • Event Tomorrow, 4/12 about a drip technology

      aQysta: Reducing Smallholder Irrigation Costs by up to 70%   When Wednesday, April 12, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM EDT Add to Calendar     Where This is an online event. USAID's Global D...
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  • Apply for a SOCAP Scholarship!

    Since 2008, SOCAP has created a platform where social impact leaders can connect and present their ideas to a global audience. The annual flagship is coming up soon - Oct. 10 - 13, 2017 -  in San Francisco, Calif...
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