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27Jan 2017
By Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Yield gaps, the difference between actual production and what is potentially achievable under...

27Jan 2017
By Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

A land dispute in Loliondo area, Ngorongoro District, which existed for the past 25 years, is...

26Jan 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Smallholders in developing countries all too often do not have the resources or incentives to commit to the transformation to sustainable agriculture that scientists know is needed.

Development advocates and professionals are very keen on harnessing the power of agriculture to...

26Jan 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Millions of family farmers in developing countries already suffer from lack of access to freshwater

The facts are clear. So are the consequences. And the facts are that it takes between one and...

26Jan 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

It's your account and you can do whatever you want with it. But pouring out all the details may lead you out of securing that job.

Your outfit is ready, you have just the right experience or even more that fits the job...

25Jan 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

A new regional forum aims to discuss issues and opportunities of cassava farming. An expert urges investment in cassava farming to help improve its value chain.

A newly established regional forum on cassava for Central African countries aims to facilitate...

25Jan 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Storage facilities for National Strategic Reserves in the Kigali Economic Zone.

Strategic reserves helped Rwanda to provide food for about 100,000 households who were affected...

25Jan 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Zambian farmer Surrender Hamufuba inspecting a maize plant in his field. Experts say a changing climate is bringing more crop pests to parts of Africa.

Surrender Hamufuba of Mwanamambo village in Pemba district recalls how he battled Armyworms in...

25Jan 2017
Daniel Semberya
The Guardian

Danish Ambassador to Tanzania EINER HEBOGÅRD JENSEN (3rd Right) in a group photo with other key stakeholders on intellectual property matters during a two-day intellectual property (IP) Regional awareness seminar in Dar es Salaam on Monday this week.

THE abundance of natural resources that await sustainable utilisation and timely development...

24Jan 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Africa, the world’s poorest continent, faces many security challenges. But its leaders are not...

24Jan 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Kenyan farmer waters her crop.

Agriculture is the most important sector of African economies, from the livelihoods it supports...

24Jan 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

The Senegalese general leading a joint force of troops from five African nations said soldiers had entered The Gambia to "control strategic points to ensure the safety of the population and facilitate
African troops prepare for Gambian president's return.

West African troops approached the Gambian capital on Sunday to secure President Adama Barrow's...

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