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The African Plant Nutrition Institute (APNI) is now accepting applications from eligible early-career scientists researching phosphorus in Africa for its 2020 Fellowship Award. The deadline for the submission of applications for the APNI Young African Phosphorus Fellowship Award is 1st June, 2020.
The African Plant Nutrition Institute (APNI) Fellowship Award’s aim is to encourage scientific programs relevant to understanding and improving phosphorus (P) management in African agro-ecosystems.
The Young African Phosphorus Fellowship will confer awards to five early-career scientists working in either a National Agricultural Research and Extension System (NARES) institution or African university.
Scientists working at an African NARES institution or university who are age 40 or
Climate Change Africa Opportunities (CCAO) invites applications from eligible Africans for its Green Prize for Sustainable Africa. Submission of entries for the CCAO Green Prize for Sustainable Africa closes on the 31st July, 2020.
How could we collaborate to contribute to improving African resilience to the challenges of climate change by supporting startups and initiatives of young green entrepreneurs, women and indigenous people from the perspective of environmental justice, protection of environment, biodiversity and rational management of natural resources in Africa?
Climate Change – Africa Opportunities (CCAO) and its partners are looking for approaches, startups and local initiatives from young green entrepreneurs, women and indigenous communities carrying knowledge (traditional a
Cassava Processing is a profitable untapped agribusiness idea in Nigeria and to run a successful Cassava processing firm requires a detailed Cassava Processing Business Plan.
Nigeria's market demand for processed cassava products such as ; flour, starch, chips is huge. Over $600m worth of cassava products (flour, starch and animal feed) are imported. Great opportunities exist for the production and processing of cassava products mostly starch, flour,chips and maltose for food and industrial use. The present situation shows that major starch processing facilities are producing at 27,000 tons of starch per annum, compared to what the nation market demand which is 250,000 tons per annum.
According to Godwin Emefiele , the CBN Governor, "potential demand exist in our cassava value chain
Do you want to start Cassava Farming and Cassava Processing Business? or maybe you are already into either or both of the businesses, but you desire to broaden your knowledge on how this business is done.
In this post, I 'm going to teach you how to start Cassava Farming and Cassava Processing Business in Nigeria.
Cassava farming and Cassava processing ranks the most profitable agribusiness ideas in 2020 considering the Corona virus pandemic and global economic meltdown which have created huge opportunities in this agribusiness sector in Nigeria.
According to the National Bureau of Statistics, Nigeria imported agricultural products valued at N239.9 billion or 85.1% of total agricultural trade in Q3, 2019.Wheat was one of the major products imported mainly from United States and Russia wor...
Generation Africa invites applications from young, agrifood entrepreneurs, aged 18 – 35 from across Africa. 10 Finalists will be invited to compete in a live or virtual (online) pitching contest at the Africa Green Revolution Forum (AGRF) Summit. All 10 finalists will be awarded mentorship, programming linkages and other guidance to continue their entrepreneurial journey.
The winners – one female and one male-led business – will each be awarded a grand prize of $50,000 along with the Africa Food Prize and an industry-leading support network to take their businesses to the next level.
Generation Africa recognizes that tremendous effort and innovation are needed to keep agribusiness going and ensure the current health crisis does not translate into a severe food crisis as well. Lead
How do you keep your pig farming vision alive ? There has been so much happening in our world as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak, not just the negative health impact but also economic impact across nations . If you listen to news, you hear how businesses are collapsing and more people are getting infected, but that should not make you get afraid. There is a great hope ahead.
The bible declares "if you make the Lord your refuge, if you make the Most High your shelter, no evil shall come near you, no plague will come near your dwelling. A thousand by your side, ten thousand on your right hand , it will not come nearly you"….Psalm 91
Also, this is not the season to despair because of the stay at home policy, rather it is a time to keep your pig farming vision alive . If eve
The National President of All Farmers Association of Nigeria (AFAN) Kabir Ibrahim had said oil price crash affects Nigeria economy greatly because of the country over dependence on oil .
He urged the government to suspend unnecessary food importation and support farmers to grow more food that will sustain the economy.
“We urge government to do much more than is being done, open more windows for farmers to produce more so that we will be able to produce more to feed the teaming population,” he said.
Moreover, Ibrahim said importation our economy as result of the rise in foreign exchange.
He said “We must produce what we eat and eat what we produce. That is the only way to mitigate the looming problem in Nigeria”.
Ibrahim affirmed his leadership position ,he still remain the Nation
The International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) has launched digital tools for Cassava Farmers to help boost cassava yield and tackle agronomic challenges that limits their productivity.
Dr. Bernard Vanlauwe,Director for Central Afrixa Hub at the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), says that though Africa is a major cassava producer globally, yet some farmers are producing below optimal (less than 10 tons per ha) as a result of wrong agronomic practices such as poor weed management, wrong application of fertilizers, low knowledge of cassava agronomy and planting of poor quality seeds while Asia are witnessing higher yield more than 20 tons per ha.
IITA has developed smart digital tools to tackle agronomic challenges limiting cassava yield i...
The fertilizer Act 2019 launched by the Federal Government, President Muhammadu Buhari which prohibits unauthorized activities of manufacturers, blenders of importers and distributors of fertilizer as defaulters to this Act will face 5-year jail term.
The Act also targets at safeguarding the interest of fertilizer enterprises and contribute to the creation of an enabling environment for private sector investment in fertilizer.
It also prohibits operating with expired permit or certificate; the use of destructive ingredients or harmful properties; conversion or diversion of fertilizer; obstruction of authorized officers; and sale of unbranded or misbranded fertilizer.
According to Professor Yemi Akinseye-George SAN who spoke on Tuesday in Abuja, stated that such offences include manufac
The Alliance for Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) and Nestle Plc collaborates with Psaltry International Company Limited to empower 400 youths on Cassava Value Chain from Iseyin, Ibarapa East and Atisbo Local Government Areas of Oyo State.
The training programme was held at Treasure Hotel and Event Centre, Ado Awaye, Iseyin Local Government in Oyo State.
The Head of Agriculture, Psaltry International Ltd and the Programme Project Coordinator, Dr. (Mrs) Foluke Adeleke, stated the mission of the programme is to to boost youth participation in cassava cultivation as to improve the yield of cassava produce through innovative agronomic practices.
According to her “We are empowering 400 youths that will cultivate one thousand six hundred hectares of land for cassava, enlightening youth wit
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