The eastern Free State province in South Africa is home to cattle, horses, ragged mountains and rich agriculture land, however, the increasing effects of changing climate such as prolonged droughts have begun to threaten the livelihoods
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 need to prioritise investment and training in scientific research as a critical factor for economic growth and development, Professor Luke Mumba, Coordinator of NEPAD’s ASTII Initiative said earlier this week.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) and NEPAD Agency are currently reviewing progress made under the joint PIDA Capacity Building Initiative. The programme is supported through a US $8.6 million grant for a period of three years, funded by the AfDB.