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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.
Update
Published by the Grow Africa Secretariat
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
Blog post
In this blog, Dr Ibrahim Mayaki, NEPAD CEO, talks aoubt how row Africa as emerged as a proven model for public-private sector collaboration.
Article
Published by the Grow Africa Secretariat
During the first ever Nyandarua Potato Fair held on March 3, 2017 in Oljoro Orok, in Kenya, four companies signed Letters of Intent representing new investments of over $ 500,000 into the potato in
Article
Cros Agro Allied Ltd, a Nigerian agribusiness company, has announced a commitment to invest $65 million in the country’s potato sector
Update
Published by the Grow Africa Secretariat
Time: 1pm London/ 4pm Nairobi: Thursday 9th March 2017 Background
Publication
Published by the Grow Africa Secretariat
Flier outlining Grow Africa's mission and work in the 12 countries in which we operate
Article
Published by the Grow Africa Secretariat
Ishmael Sunga, CEO of SACAU, identifies five technologies that have the potential to connect smallholder farmers to new resources, information, knowledge & markets.
Article
Published by the Grow Africa Secretariat
In collaboration with regional rice organisations, Grow Africa has co-founded the Africa Rice Advocacy Platform (ARAP), a multi-country initiative to improve cross border trade in
Publication
Published by the Grow Africa Secretariat
Measuring and evaluating socio-economic progress of smallholder farmers in formal agribusiness chains
Update
On November 9th IDH is hosting a 1hr webinar. In the session will share insights gained and next steps on the road towards creating cost-effective and scalable solutions that empower smallholders.
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Grow Africa partners are working with Landesa on developing guidance on non-state-sponsored grievance processes for land-based investments in African agriculture.