Smallholder agriculture, the mainstay of most African countries is the sector that is most vulnerable to climate change. This sector is dominated by women farmers who account for over 80 percent of the continent’s food production.
From Maputo to Malabo, the NEPAD Agency’s CAADP has shown the way to transform Africa’s agricultural sector. For the past decade, CAADP has served as the continent’s policy framework for agricultural sector growth and economic development.
The AUCin collaboration with NEPAD hosted a high-level roundtable on “financing Africa’s Malabo Commitments on Accelerated Agricultural Growth and Transformation yesterday, June 15, at the AUC headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
African countries are highly susceptible to risks originating from various sources ranging from climate and natural hazards, market and volatile prices, including unpredictable policies and regulation and countries such as Uganda are no exception.
New fisheries reforms will boost fish trade volumes in Guinea through the support of the NEPAD Agency. This was the outcome of a recent meeting between President of Guinea, Alpha Condé, and NEPAD Agency CEO, Dr Ibrahim Mayaki, on June 25 in Conakry.