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Securing Land, Securing Futures: Agricultural Productivity, Land Tenure Security and Conflict in Africa

Christopher BurkeSenior Advisor, WMC Africa Land tenure security, agricultural productivity and conflict are intricately related with significant implications for the socioeconomic landscape in Africa. As the continent grapples with the challenges of food insecurity, poverty and instability, understanding and addressing the relationship between these three elements is essential for food security and sustainable development. Agriculture is the backbone of many African economies employing over 60 percent of the…

Zimbabwe’s Food Security Outlook: Worsening Conditions Amidst El Nino-Induced Drought

Zimbabwe is bracing itself for an exacerbation of its food security challenges as the World Food Programme (WFP) warns of…

Under the Grip of Drought: Zimbabwean Farmers Struggle as Crops Wither

As the sun blazes relentlessly over Zimbabwe's parched landscape, a grim reality unfolds for farmers across the nation. What should…

Mastering Tobacco Farming in Drought: Expert Tips for Quality Cured Leaves

As drought conditions persist in tobacco-growing regions, farmers face the daunting task of maintaining crop quality amidst environmental challenges. Research…

Inside Rwanda’s New $100 Million Dairy Project: A Transformational Leap in Dairy Sector Sustainability

Rwanda, a nation known for its progressive strides in agricultural development, has embarked on a monumental journey towards bolstering its…

Rwanda: How Agricultural Biotechnology Offers Hope for Banana Varieties Threatened by Panama Disease

In the verdant landscapes of Rwanda, where bananas are not just a fruit but a cultural icon, a silent menace…

Zimbabwe’s Victory Over Livestock Diseases: ‘January Disease Under Control’ Signals Promising Progress

In a significant stride towards safeguarding Zimbabwe's precious cattle population, the nation's relentless battle against the scourge of tick-borne diseases,…

Zimbabwe’s Hemp Revolution: A Call to Arms for Value Addition

Zimbabwe is poised to emerge as a regional leader in industrial hemp production, with a notable surge in registered players…

Transforming Rwanda’s Agricultural Landscape: NST1 Spurs Remarkable Growth in Fertilizer Use and Irrigation

In a groundbreaking stride towards agricultural prosperity, Rwanda's National Strategy for Transformation (NST1) has witnessed an extraordinary surge in fertilizer…

Growing Cabbage in Zimbabwe and Zambia

Section 1: Cabbage Cultivars Cabbage cultivars, integral to a successful cabbage cultivation venture, are meticulously classified based on essential attributes…

Rwanda’s Sweet Solution: RAB Calls for Bee-Friendly Farming Amidst Declining Honey Production

In response to a concerning national decline in honey production, the Rwanda Agriculture and Animal Resources Development Board (RAB) is…

Rwandan Agricultural Renaissance: Eastern Province Spearheads Innovations to Slash Post-Harvest Losses

The Rwanda Minister of Agriculture and Animal Resources, Ildephonse Musafiri, has set the stage for a transformative approach to post-harvest…

From Orchard to Prosperity: The Avocado Boom Revolutionizing Rwanda’s Agriculture

On January 12, the sunlit afternoon witnessed a groundbreaking event as a refrigerated container laden with 22.5 tonnes of avocados…