This very good news is part of the repercussions of the 9th African Green Revolution (AGRF).
This good news for African women entrepreneurs is part of the highlights of the G7 Heads of State meeting in Biarritz, France, from August 24 to 26.
It is often said that young people are the future. However, when we talk about rural youth, the reality is that not many see a future in agriculture or in their places of origin.
From 100 million people in 1900, the population of Africa increased to about 275 million in the years 1950-1960, then to 640 million in 1990 and 1.2 billion in 2016.
If stimulate local consumption is to salute, it will not be at any price because, consumers are increasingly demanding on the traceability of products.
To prevent Togolese small fruit and vegetable processing companies from tying up their operating capital in infrastructure, five dryers are now offered to them.
Coming from the Plateaux, Central and Kara regions, young people discovered in Sokode (317 km from Lome) that, thanks to cashew, they can serve as model in their community.
More than 43.700 vulnerable rural households in Kedougou, Kolda, Matam and Tambacounda to be integrated into the profitable and diversified value chains through PADAER-II project.
Agricultural equipment being available, the control of their choice criteria remains a challenge for farmers and promoters of agricultural processing units in order to increase their productivity.
Like many farmers in Senegal, Guilé Mané used to struggle through the dry season. Rainfall here can be very low and irregular, even in the rainy season.
Main cash crop, cocoa and coffee are part of products destinated to exportation in Togo. The sector had its hour of glory but also difficult moments.
No, said Antoine Bienaimé Obam'Ondon, the youngest parliamenterian of the African continent, in service since August 2017 at the Parliament of the Republic of the Congo.
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