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Succeeding as a young agripreneur - Pacific youth speak out

In the Pacific islands, where the population is expected to double by 2050, there is an urgent need for youth to become entrepreneurial and creative risk-takers to help develop innovative, and environmentally sustainable, agricultural economies. But,…

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Sep 5

Pitch AgriHack 2019

The Pitch AgriHack 2019 start-up competition holds its final during the…

Sep 4

CTA Pitch AgriHack 2018

The Pitch AgriHack 2018 start-up competition, with a special emphasis on young women entrepreneurs, holds its final during AGRF. It welcomes co-founders of e-agri start-ups owners of early stage or advanced ICT platforms that are already operational. The theme this year is "Women entrepreneurs innovate for agricultural transformation in ACP countries". A total of nine prizes are awarded…
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Kigali, Rwanda


Apr 6

Enhancing structured grain trade for smallholder farmers in Eastern Africa (GRAINHUBs)

Smallholder farmers produce 80–90% of the grains in Eastern Africa, but many face challenges in accessing markets and fulfilling market demands. Smallholder farmers often lack the skills and knowledge to trade effectively, yet most are dependent on their farms for income. They are also disadvantaged by the relatively high cost of inputs (improved seed and fertiliser), and many have nowhere to…

Nov 27

Sustainable and profitable value chains and agribusinesses in the Caribbean

Agriculture has been declining in the Caribbean over the last 10 years. Nevertheless, it still provides a livelihood for many, especially in rural communities, and contributes to food and nutrition security. The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has highlighted the need for the region’s agriculture to become more business oriented. Indeed, some farmers are still able to access export markets in E…
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Trinidad and Tobago

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