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Women Driving agricultural Innovation

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Is the Internet of Things the future of farming?

In ACP countries, the use of smart ‘connected’ devices in agriculture is still at an experimental stage. Yet new projects are emerging, and global trends show how this new technology offers vital development opportunities.

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Agriculture - a promising market for the diaspora

Over the last decade, remittance flows from diaspora communities to their countries of origin have been steadily increasing. With government support and agriculture-friendly legislation, agriculture could benefit from this substantial source of funding and expertise.

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Blockchain's disruptive potential in ACP value chains

In recent years, new digital technologies such as blockchain have emerged, providing exciting opportunities for improving the ease of doing business in the agricultural sector of ACP countries.

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Hillside terraced farms increase productivity in Rwanda

In the remote hilly regions of rural Rwanda, the development of terraced farms is providing employment opportunities for local communities whilst increasing the diversity of crop production.

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Agribusinesses that can effectively link farmers to national, regional and international markets will contribute to poverty alleviation, export-led growth, food import substitution, enhanced food security and job creation.

The additional investment in agriculture by private sector and public sector alike signals a renewed recognition that agriculture is a potent driver of economic growth and poverty reduction.

Building on the work done to enhance regional trade and develop value chains, CTA is well placed to support the development of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

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Input loans boost farmer take-up rates for satellite-based advisory service

An alliance between CTA and the Rabobank Foundation, the foundation of a large Dutch food and agriculture bank, is helping to extend credit to small-scale producers in Uganda. The partnership is driving adoption rates of an innovative ICT4Ag scheme pioneered by CTA, steering it towards its goal of financial sustainability in the process.

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Pitch AgriHack seeks to promote greater engagement of young women


Karim Sy: ‘We cannot think Africa without agriculture’


Bayseddo: a digital platform to boost agriculture in Senegal

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Input loans boost farmer take-up rates for satellite-based advisory service

An alliance between CTA and the Rabobank Foundation, the foundation of a large Dutch food and agriculture bank, is helping to extend credit to small-scale producers in Uganda. The partnership is driving adoption rates of an innovative ICT4Ag scheme pioneered by CTA, steering it towards its goal of financial sustainability in the process.

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Pitch AgriHack seeks to promote greater engagement of young women


Karim Sy: ‘We cannot think Africa without agriculture’


Bayseddo: a digital platform to boost agriculture in Senegal

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Input loans boost farmer take-up rates for satellite-based advisory service

An alliance between CTA and the Rabobank Foundation, the foundation of a large Dutch food and agriculture bank, is helping to extend credit to small-scale producers in Uganda. The partnership is driving adoption rates of an innovative ICT4Ag scheme pioneered by CTA, steering it towards its goal of financial sustainability in the process.

Read More

Pitch AgriHack seeks to promote greater engagement of young women


Karim Sy: ‘We cannot think Africa without agriculture’


Bayseddo: a digital platform to boost agriculture in Senegal