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.
“Most of Africa’s development challenges do not have optimum national solutions, but regional solutions,” NEPAD Agency CEO, Dr. Ibrahim Mayaki, noted during a side-event at the Third Financing for Development Conference
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.
“Double digit growth in Agriculture is possible”. This was a sentiment shared by one of the journalists attending the CAADP network of Journalists training workshop which took place in Maputo, Mozambique this week.