Economic and Social Research Foundation (ESRF) Executive Director Dr Tausi Kida delivers opening remarks during the just ended GetenergyVTEC AFRICA 2016 high-level Pan African conference on Oil and Gas Vocational Training.
The costs of illicit trade are not only economic but also have social implications, as illicit trade undermines the social stability and socioeconomic welfare of communities, preventing the equitable sharing of public goods.
The nature and performance of agriculture, themselves affected by agricultural policies, can have important effects on the dynamism of the non-farm sector to the extent that the latter is linked to agriculture.
A victim of female genital mutilation found unconscious at the time when the FGM practice was reported to Okoa Jamii Musoma, an NGO in the course of working with the FCS to root out the menace in Mara Region.
Research analysed different forage grasses in Africa and other regions. They found that adopting Brachiaria grass could raise milk production by 40 per cent. An expert says it has challenges, such as low funding for R&D.