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27th February 2019
 Ghana set to increase rice production Ghana set to increase rice production

The Ministry of Food and Agriculture in Ghana has initiated a programme to assess the logistical needs of selected districts in the Ashanti, Bono and Ahafo regions to improve rice production

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 Case IH displays tractor models at Paris international agribusiness show Case IH displays tractor models at Paris international agribusiness show

Case IH is displaying Versum CVXDrive and Optum 300 CVXDrive at SIMA 2019, being held at France's Paris-Nord Villepinte convention centre from 24-28 February 2019

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Fieravicola brings innovation to the poultry industry SPONSORED Fieravicola brings innovation to the poultry industry

The 51st Fieravicola in Forli will play a prominent role in the international exhibition scene for all the Mediterranean countries

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 Ethiopia inaugurates water supply and waste management project Ethiopia inaugurates water supply and waste management project

Ethiopia has inaugurated model water supply and waste management project in Oromia Region, with an aim to provide sufficient clean drinking water and sanitation facilities to the population of the Welenchiti town and surrounding rural areas

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ArmaTrac showcases new tractor model at SIMA 2019 ArmaTrac showcases new tractor model at SIMA 2019

ArmaTrac, the export brand of Erkunt Tractor Ind Inc, a Turkish automotive company, has introduced 1254 Lux at the SIMA Paris International Agribusiness Show 2019, being held from 24-28 February 2019

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 Improving smallholder farmers in select areas in Uganda Improving smallholder farmers in select areas in Uganda

A 'Call For Proposal' has been launched in Uganda aiming to improve tenure security of smallholder farmers in select areas in the country

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 New opportunity for returning migrants in Burkina Faso on livestock farming New opportunity for returning migrants in Burkina Faso on livestock farming

The International Organisation for Migration (IOM), in collaboration with the government of Burkina Faso and with funding from the European Union (EU), is supporting the establishment of livestock farmer groups in Burkina Faso

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 UNIDO’s project to pilot cotton sustainability drive in Egypt UNIDO's project to pilot cotton sustainability drive in Egypt

The United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO), under the framework of the Egyptian Cotton Project, has launched Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) pilot project in Egypt

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 New EU- Morocco fisheries partnership including Western Sahara New EU- Morocco fisheries partnership including Western Sahara

Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) have adopted new fisheries partnership with Morocco including Western Sahara, which aims to sets fishing opportunities for EU vessels and promote sustainable fishing policy in the region

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 Boosting food and nutrition security and rural incomes in Burundi Boosting food and nutrition security and rural incomes in Burundi

Around 235,000 vulnerable households are expected to benefit from a US$101mn project that aims to improve the living conditions and climate resilience of rural populations in five provinces of Burundi

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 Valmont and Prospera Technologies join for autonomous crop management technology Valmont and Prospera Technologies join for autonomous crop management technology

Valmont Industries, Inc, one of the leading global providers of engineered products and services for infrastructure and irrigation equipment for agriculture, has partnered with Prospera Technologies Inc, an Israeli machine vision and artificial intelligence (AI) company specialising in ag-data

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Paving the way for better livelihoods in fisheries Paving the way for better livelihoods in fisheries

Training programmes are helping the African fisheries sector to improvise through learning and knowledge-sharing. The full article has been published in the latest issue of African Farming

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What’s new in tillage innovations? What's new in tillage innovations?

Modern tillage solutions lead to sustainable soil management techniques, with less erosion, less crusting and less energy use, crucial for yielding better crops. The full article has been published in the latest issue of Far Eastern Agriculture

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 USAID launches US$1.5mn solar home programme in Malawi USAID launches US$1.5mn solar home programme in Malawi

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), in support of the USA Government-led Power Africa initiative, has launched a "Solar Home System Kick-Starter Programme for Malawi" to expand energy access in the country via solar home systems (SHS)

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