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Tapping mineral and vitamin supplements to boost dairy farming in Kenya

By Jacktone Agona For many years, dairy farming has provided food, income, alternative energy sources such as biogas, social prestige, and status in local communities. It...

WFP receives $1.2m from Korea to respond to food crisis in Africa

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) received $1.2 million from the Republic of Korea to provide humanitarian activities for food crisis in Ethiopia, Nigeria,...

Tanzanian government introduces cage fish farming in Kagera Region

The Tanzanian government has finalized plans to introduce cage fish farming in Kagera region in efforts to increase revenue from fisheries resources. Rashid Tamatamah, Permanent Secretary...

FAO launches Global Action on One Country One Priority Product

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), launched its Global Action on Green Development of Special Agricultural Products: One Country One...

ICRISAT FATED 2021 Africa Food Prize

The International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) has been awarded the 2021 Africa Food Prize, for work that has improved food...

Tapping mineral and vitamin supplements to boost dairy farming in Kenya

Jacktone Agona For many years, dairy farming has provided food, income, alternative energy sources such as biogas, social prestige, and status in local communities. It is...

Africa’s first center for excellence for developing improved seeds launched

A new center has been launched to champion development of improved quality, high-yielding seeds for various crop varieties in Africa with the goal of...

Tea farmers to receive 3 shillings more per kilo

Tea farmers in the Rift Valley and Western Kenya will enjoy increased pay for green leaf deliveries, as reforms in the sector continue. This is...

Horticulture project grows futures for young Kenyan farmers

UK government aid has enabled 2,000 young farmers in western Kenya to build sustainable livelihoods in the horticulture sector. A total of £410,000 in UK...

Greenpeace Africa demands Truthfulness in the Pesticides Conversation

In response to a media report that farmers have petitioned the Kenyan parliament to review an EU policy that prompted a ban of the use of...

Farmers Need Protection From Revolving Drought Episodes

In response to aid agencies announcement that 1.4 million Kenyans are living on food aid and are facing drought and hunger. Greenpeace Africa Food campaigner, Claire Nasike...

OPEC Fund inks $30m loan deal to enhance productivity for smallholder farmers in Uganda

The OPEC Fund for International Development signed a $30 million loan agreement with Uganda to help improve food security and incomes for more than...

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