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12,500 Gambian Farmers to Receive Certified Seeds that will enhance their resilience

The Gambian Ministry of Agriculture, the World Bank and CORAF officially launched, i the national distribution campaign of certified seeds for the year 2022 in Abuko not far from Banjul. The ceremony saw the presence and participation of several other stakeholders including the farmer Organizations, the seed quality control officers etc. The initiative is part

Agriculture

12,500 Gambian Farmers to Receive Certified Seeds that will enhance their resilience

The Gambian Ministry of Agriculture, the World Bank and CORAF officially launched, i the national distribution campaign of certified seeds for the year 2022 in Abuko not far from Banjul. The ceremony saw the presence and participation of several other stakeholders including the farmer Organizations, the seed quality control officers etc. The initiative is part

Health

African solutions to African problems: Reframing science innovation

Quarraisha Abdool Karim, PhD Africa is plagued by many epidemics — from tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS to malaria and wild polio — but the continent has also worked for decades to fight these threats. The key to beating these deadly diseases is turning inward to existing expertise and finding locally driven solutions. The recent COVID-19 pandemic

Agriculture

12,500 Gambian Farmers to Receive Certified Seeds that will enhance their resilience

The Gambian Ministry of Agriculture, the World Bank and CORAF officially launched, i the national distribution campaign of certified seeds for the year 2022 in Abuko not far from Banjul. The ceremony saw the presence and participation of several other stakeholders including the farmer Organizations, the seed quality control officers etc. The initiative is part

Environment

Tanzania bans donkey slaughter to stop risk of extinction

The Tanzanian Minister for Livestock and Fisheries, Hon. Mashimba Mashauri Ndaki, has declared a ban on donkey slaughter for the skin trade. In a budget speech to Parliament, the Hon. Minister noted that Tanzania’s current donkey population is estimated at 650,000[1] but recognised the risk of donkeys becoming extinct. He has advised investors in the donkey

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