Category archives for: Agriculture

Chefs Call for Stakeholder Collaborations Towards Achieving Zero Hunger by 2030

Accra, Ghana, October 22, 2018//-Founder of Food for All Africa and member of the Chefs Association of Ghana, Chef Elijah Amoo Addo has called on stakeholders within Ghana’s food supply chain to collaborate with chefs in accelerating Ghana’s effort towards attaining Zero Hunger target by 2030.

Ghana: NGOs Intensify Advocacy Against Rosewood Felling

Tamale, Northern Region, Ghana, October 21, 2018//-The 8th Baobab Market session has been held in Tamale in the Northern regional capital with a commitment by members to intensify their advocacy to stop the indiscriminate felling of and exportation of rosewood from the country.

FAO:  Zero Hunger in Africa by 2025 is Possible If….

Accra, Ghana, October 19, 2018//- The outgoing FAO Assistant Director-General and Regional Representative for Africa, Bukar Tijani, is optimist that the Zero Hunger targets of the pan-African 2025 Malabo Declaration and the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), are possible if stakeholders in the fight against work together.

UNCTAD: Ethiopia, Burundi Can Do More to Capitalise on Growing Niche Market for Coffee

Geneva, Switzerland, October 18, 2018 – Coffee producers in Ethiopia and Burundi should capitalize on growing interest in premium markets and environmental sustainability among the 500 million people globally who drink coffee every day to make the most of their inimitable beans, an UNCTAD report into the East African coffee sector has found.

First Nutrition Investor Forum in Africa: Investors to Explore Business Opportunities 

Nairobi, Kenya, October 16, 2018//-Leading business leaders, policy makers and prominent development campaigners joined over 200 delegates to launch the first ever Nutrition Africa Investor Forumin Nairobi, Kenya, today.

World Food Day: A zero hunger Africa is Possible by Working Together

October 16, 2018//-Hunger is on the rise and the number of undernourished people has returned to levels from almost a decade ago.

Southern Africa: A Promising Region for U.S. Agricultural Exports

October 15, 2018//-Two-way agricultural trade between the United States and Southern Africa has grown significantly in the past decade, reaching a record $1.5 billion in 2017.

Mali and Burkina Faso Drive Record West Africa Cotton Exports

October 12, 2018//-West Africa cotton exports for 2018/19 are projected to surpass last year’s record, driven by record production. Mali and Burkina Faso are the largest cotton producers and are forecast to have record crops amid expanding area.

Climate Conference Focuses on Tackling Climate Change in African Cities

Brussels, Belgium, October 10, 2018/ — Today and tomorrow, the Belgian development agency Enabel organizes an international climate conference in Brussels.

Zero Hunger: Our Actions Today Are Our Future Tomorrow

October 9, 2018//-Just three years ago, in September 2015, all United Nations Member States approved the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

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