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Women control quite a significant segment of trade in Africa – from the production of agricultural goods that are traded especially in export commodities like cocoa, coffee and horticulture, to cro
Business leaders, ministers of finance and agriculture, investors, innovative start-ups and young women entrepreneurs met at the Agribusiness session during the 6th EU-Africa Business Forum which t
The African Development Bank (AfDB), in collaboration with the Initiative for Global Development (IGD) and Grow Africa organized the first-ever Leadership for Agriculture Forum (L4Ag) on the margin
Grow Africa in partnership with the Ghanaian Private Enterprise Federation (PEF) hosted a stakeholder consultative meeting in Accra, Ghana, on boosting private sector investment in the agriculture
Malawian farmers have to bear the risks of price volatility for their produce.
Africa is witnessing a quiet revolution which holds out real hope of banishing poverty and hunger and driving economic growth.
In 2006, pineapple was among the crops selected by the government of Benin to potentially alleviate poverty by increasing private investment
An African Green Revolution forum will be held from 4th to 8th September in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire.  The session expected to bring together high-profile luminaries in the agricultural sector will b
The 2017 African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF) “Accelerating Africa’s Path to Prosperity: Growing Inclusive Economies and Jobs through Africa” provided a platform for global and African leaders to
The government of Nigeria and Rwanda have signed a multimillion dollar deals with a Nigerian investor, the Blackpace Africa Group, to revamp and develop their potato industries and help to upscale