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30th April 2018
 IFAD introduces US$1mn project to scale up agriculture in East Africa IFAD introduces US$1mn project to scale up agriculture in East Africa

The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) has introduced a US$1mn project to unlock financial services to the East Africa's youths involved in the agriculture sector

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 Case IH will showcase its full product range at Nampo 2018 Case IH will showcase its full product range at Nampo 2018

Case IH and its South African distributor, Northmec, will showcase the brand's full line of agricultural solutions at Nampo 2018, one of the most important equipment exhibitions in Africa

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 Women seen as the backbone for the development of Zambia's farming sector Women seen as the backbone for the development of Zambia's farming sector

Interview with Grace Musonda, Zambian teacher and farmer and regular visitor at Agritech Expo

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 Novos Horizontes to use Pas Reform Hatchery Technologies’ equipment for new facility Novos Horizontes to use Pas Reform Hatchery Technologies' equipment for new facility

Mozambique-based Novos Horizontes and its partner Philafrica will use Pas Reform Hatchery Technologies' equipment for their new facility located in Nampula, in northeastern Mozambique

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 AfDB grants US$11.23mn to Madagascar’s energy, agriculture and pest control AfDB grants US$11.23mn to Madagascar's energy, agriculture and pest control

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has signed five project financing agreements with the government of Madagascar worth US$11.23mn

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 Africa needs to focus on agro-industrialisation of cocoa Africa needs to focus on agro-industrialisation of cocoa

Africa needs to focus on improving its agro-industrialisation, which is important to transforming the cocoa value chain, according to the African Development Bank (AfDB)

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 Kia opens ‘Green Light Project’ vocational training centre in Rwanda Kia opens 'Green Light Project' vocational training centre in Rwanda

With an aim to teach agricultural skills to young adults, Kia Motors has opened a new 'Green Light Project' (GLP) vocational training centre in Gahengeri Sector in Rwanda's Eastern Province

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 Ishida’s all-seeing X-Ray inspection system to enhance quality assurance in poultry processing Ishida's all-seeing X-Ray inspection system to enhance quality assurance in poultry processing

Japanese multinational food packaging machinery manufacturer Ishida has supplied its IX-GA 2475 X-ray inspection system to Volys Star, to ensure high quality and extended shelf life of a range of delicatessen products of Belgium's leading poultry processor

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 The UN FAO provides training to Libyan officials to meet Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) The UN FAO provides training to Libyan officials to meet Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

The UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has concluded a 10-day training programme to officers of Libyan Ministry of Agriculture, Animal and Marine Wealth, aiming to strengthen national capacities in Libya's agricultural sector

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 Better Life Farming to unlock potential of smallholder farmers in developing countries Better Life Farming to unlock potential of smallholder farmers in developing countries

Bayer, International Finance Corporation (IFC), Netafim and Swiss Re Corporate Solutions have launched a global alliance, Better Life Farming, to help smallholder farmers in the developing world in growing their farms into sustainable businesses

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Reining in the maize runners Reining in the maize runners

In the wake of the fall armyworm outbreak, UN's Food and Agricultural Organisation launched a guide to help maize farmers tackle the menace. The full article has been published in the latest issue of African Farming

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Choosing the right fungicide Priming early growth and establishment of sugarcane

Dr Terry Mabbet chalks out healthy practises to achieve a robust sugarcane yield. The full article has been published in the latest issue of Far Eastern Agriculture

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 BAM's sustainable construction in focus at Hannover Messe BAM's sustainable construction in focus at Hannover Messe

The Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) is set to collaborate with African colleagues to find a solution to the sustainable construction during the Hannover Messe in Germany from 23 - 27 April 2018

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