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African Heads of State call on world leaders to increase investment in International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) to end rural hunger and poverty

ROME: Ten African Heads of State have issued a strong call to other world leaders to increase their funding to the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) (www.IFAD.org) or risk jeopardizing Sustainable Development Goal targets for eradicating poverty and hunger, particularly in Africa. “We share IFAD’s vision of vibrant rural communities where people live free […]

In Bhutan, farmers are working hard to adapt to climate change

Nestled amongst the rugged Himalayas, Bhutan is home to generations of small-scale farmers. Agriculture is the foundation of this small, landlocked nation’s economy, employing more than 70 per cent of the population. Bhutan has made huge progress overall in recent years in improving its people’s standards of living, though poverty rates remain high in the eastern part […]

Small and medium enterprises lynchpin of African agriculture – African Development Bank

Africa’s emerging agripreneurs call for increased SME-to-SME cooperation at Bank-organized food systems webinar attached to the African Green Revolution Forum ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast: A panel of some of Africa’s most promising small and medium-enterprise (SME) agripreneurs gathered online to call for more selective investment, accelerated business acquisitions and increased cooperation to help Africa feed itself […]

Promotion of novel Pfumvunza farming concept goes nantionwide

Ministers of State for Provincial Affairs must ensure that all involved in the Climate-Proofed Presidential Inputs Programme, commonly known as Pfumvudza, work together to make the programme a success. Pfumvudza promotes conservation farming techniques and involves use of small plots on smallholder farms and applying the correct agronomic practices for higher returns. Vice President Constantino […]

Zimbabwe’s agric sector to grow to US$8,2bn by 2025

The national thrust for production should see Zimbabwe with a US$8,2 billion agriculture economy by 2025 following the launch of the Agriculture and Food Systems Transformation Strategy by President Mnangagwa yesterday. The strategy will be underpinned by growing the economy, ensuring Zimbabwe grows its own food and ensuring that a vast swathe of rural families […]

New greenbelt to boost grain production

Maize production is to be boosted by an additional one million tonnes a year within three years through the development of 100 000 hectares of new irrigated land under the Agriculture Recovery Plan in the Bulawayo Kraal Irrigation Scheme in Binga, Masvingo and at Kanyemba, with both Government and the private sector being involved. The […]

How to save livestock in the age of climate change

AS the grim effects of climate change continue ravaging the livestock sector in Zimbabwe, experts have proffered various measures to mitigate against the dire situation threatening the national herd. Zimbabwe has so far lost more than 21 400 cattle to drought, according to official figures, with Matabeleland South recording 15 180 deaths while 6 220 […]