Kenya Unveils Cocoa Production With Help Of Investor

70 percent of the world’s cocoa beans come from four West African countries: Ivory Coast, Ghana, Nigeria and Cameroon. The

Millions Of Smallholder African Farmers To benefit From New Partnership Aimed At Boosting Food Security

A new partnership which bets on data to tackle food security in Africa has been unveiled in Newyork. The partnership

USAID Unveils USD 300 Mn Agribusiness Investment To Boost Nigerian MSMEs

US Agency for International Development (USAID) has unveiled USD 300 Mn agribusiness investment in a bid to boost Nigerian MSMEs.

Over 44K Rwandan Farmers And SMEs To Benefit From A Netherlands-Funded Project

Over 44K smallholder Rwandan horticultural farmers are set to benefit from a project funded by Embassy of the Kingdom of


5 Million Female Farmers In Africa Will Benefit By PepsiCo Funded Project

PepsiCo Foundation, an arm of an American multinational food, snack, and beverage company has announced USD 18 Mn investment in

Cocoa Is Being Used To Send Kids To School – And This Ghanaian Entrepreneur Is The Brain Behind It

Ghana’s cocoa economy is believed to be worth approximately USD 2 Bn and Tarkwa Breman – a remote village in

European Union Sets USD 50 Mn For African Agribusinesses 

The European Union has committed USD 50 Mn to boost the operations of agribusinesses in Africa. In what is a

Agribusiness Project ‘Gabiro’ Comes As A Relief For Drought Prone Rwanda

Despite the fact that Agriculture is the main source of income for dwellers occupying the Eastern province of Rwanda, it

Uganda: Netherland’s Project Boosts Farmers’ Produce By 70 Percent

More than 250 K Ugandan farmers recorded an increase in output from their produce. This is as result of timely access