Japanese Grant Offers Relief To Thousands Of Liberian Small-Scale Fishermen

Small scale fishing is a source of income for more than 17,000 inhabitants along the Atlantic coast of Liberia. Most

AfDB Splashes The Cash Once Again – And This Time, It’s Burying USD 5.4 Mn In The “Dirt”

The African Development Bank (AfDB) and African Fertilizer and Agribusiness Partnership (AFAP), have both put pen to paper on a USD 5.4 Mn

How Easy Is Doing Agribusiness In Nigeria? The U.S Is Facilitating USD 300 Mn For A Better Answer

Nigeria is ranked 146 among the 190 economies considered in the ease of doing business rating by the World Bank.

Kenya’s Agritech Startup Taimba Secures USD 100 K From Gray Matters Capital

Taimba, a Nairobi-based agritech startup that connects small-scale farmers to urban retailers, has raised USD 100 K from U.S-based impact


Since 2015, The U.S. Has Invested Over NGN 59 Bn To Ease Nigeria’s Food Crisis

Nigeria is a member of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), but significant revenue is being generated from the

AHL Venture Partners Acquires Equity Stake In Kenyan Agricultural Service Company, Cropnuts

Venture Capital Firm, AHL Venture Partners, the impact investment arm of Sweden’s Lundin Foundation has launched an equity investment in

More Than 12,000 Kenyan Farmers Compensated Following Crop Failure

Not less than 12,000 farmers have been compensated with USD 981K following maize crop failure last season in a government

Nigerian Farmers To Benefit From USD 58 Mn Project Focused On Deepening Food Security

The government of Nigeria in collaboration with the United Nation Development Programme (UNDP), Global Environmental Facility (GEF) has set aside

Social Enterprise Sistema.bio To Impact 100,000 Kenyan Farmers Following Latest Investment

Mexico headquartered social enterprise firm Sistema.bio has made known its plans to impact 100,000 farmers in Kenya after receiving USD

10,000 Cocoa Farmers In Liberia Set To Benefit From USD 47.6 Mn Project

10,000 cocoa farmers in Liberia are set to benefit from a USD 47.6 Mn worth project dubbed ‘Tree Crops Extension

Climate Insurance Provider WorldCover Secures USD 6 Mn Series A Round

Africa and New York-based climate insurance provider and impact investor Worldcover has secured USD 6 Mn Series A round led

Ugandan Farmers Have A Reason To Smile Following UK’s Latest Investment

Agricultural Sector remains the most important sector in Uganda; it employed approximately 69 percent of the population and contributed about