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AfDB, EIB to foster environmental protection through joint Action Plan

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has signed a Joint Action Plan with the European Investment Bank (EIB) to foster public and private investments in crucial economic sectors, including environmental protection. In addition to this, the partnership will focus on other themes such as; large-scale quality infrastructure investment; Information and Communication Technology (ICT) infrastructure and services;

Tanzania halts GM crop research to conserve local seed varieties

The government of Tanzania has announced the suspension of genetically-modified (GM) crop researches in order to conserve the country’s genetic resources and preserve local seed varieties. GM crops are produced when DNA is artificially transferred into plant cells, altering their genetics in a bid to make them more disease resistant, nutritious and to improve their

Kenya: Nyeri County Sets Aside Sh17 Million to Support Coffee Farmers

Nyeri county has earmarked Sh17 million for the resuscitation of the coffee sector following the low production output last season. Governor of the county, Mutahi Kahiga revealed that the fund will enhance coffee production as well as boost soil fertility by providing lime and other farm inputs. According to the data collected by the Agriculture


South African ginger market is white-hot, driving the price through the roof

South Africans have been swapping social media horror stories on the price of supermarket ginger, as a shortage develops on the market, driving the price “through the roof” – this is according to a trader. The domestic season will start in earnest next month, but ginger growers have followed the market’s lead and started their

Brazil: Government greenlights the import of Spanish blueberries

Freshuelva is happy about the positive response of the Government of Brazil to the blueberry management systems proposed through the Spanish Government by the blueberry sector of the province of Huelva. It means that the fruit’s marketing in the South American country has been greenlighted, thus opening an important market for which Freshuelva has been

Canada: Demand for foreign farm workers expected to go up in Okanagan

British Columbia’s temporary foreign workers are starting to return to the region’s farms, and this year there are plans in place to ensure that their arrival will be safer. During the Monday COVID-19 update, Dr. Bonnie Henry said: “As you know, we are continuing our program of providing quarantine accommodations in hotels and support for


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