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Published by the Grow Africa Secretariat
Key players in the Nigerian agricultural sector recently met to discuss how to accelerate private sector investment in Nigerian agriculture.
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Grow Africa and the Office National pour le Développement du Riz en Côte d’Ivoire (ONDR) launched the first inclusive national rice value chain platform on 13 July 2017 in Cote d’Ivoire, held at th
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Published by the Grow Africa Secretariat
Traditionally, off-takers who provide investment to farmers in exchange for a share of their harvest, have focused on improving the productivity of smallholders in relation to their primary cash cr
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Published by the Grow Africa Secretariat
Post-harvest inefficiencies significantly reduce the commercial viability of supply chains that source produce from smallholders, impacting on profitability for both the farmers and off-takers.
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Published by the Grow Africa Secretariat
Agribusinesses commercially engaging with smallholders, need the farmers to take-up services and practices that will increase productivity and secure volumes.
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On 3 May 2017, Grow Africa convened two leadership dialogues on Agribusiness Investment and Food System Alignment, on the margins of the World Economic Forum 2017 that took place in Durban.
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Published by the Grow Africa Secretariat
A.      There is a need for a cultural revolution: to change how both private sector and public sector interact with each other and the demands t
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More than any other part of the world, Africa has the most under-exploited potential for agricultural production.
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The Ghana Industrial Cassava Stakeholders Platform, has held a day’s workshop in Accra to build the capacity of members on the development of acceptable business plans and business proposals.
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Published by the Grow Africa Secretariat
It is no secret that Africa holds the greatest potential for agricultural production in the world.
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The East Africa Potato Consortium, formed in 2016 through a partnership between Grow Africa and the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA), is achieving progress in Kenya as the pilot foc
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In this blog, Dr Ibrahim Mayaki, NEPAD CEO, talks aoubt how row Africa as emerged as a proven model for public-private sector collaboration.