Agriculture

26th Jun 2017

Burundi & Ghana: Two techniques for storing tomatoes longer 

Vital Nduwimana hated how many tomatoes he lost every season. For years, his tomatoes started rotting just three or four days after harvest. He felt Read More

7th Jun 2016

Annie Nyaga stands in her watermelon field in Mbeere district, 200 kilometres from Nairobi, surrounded by rows of green vines, with the occasional tree providing shade for her melons.

The Read More

7th Jun 2016

Omara Francis wakes up every morning and toils in the garden near his house, using a hoe and his bare hands to prepare the soil.

Mr. Francis has three gardens, each one acre in size and Read More

3rd Jun 2016

According to the UN report, development in the world’s poorest countries could be halted unless bold steps are taken now to prevent Read More

30th May 2016

It’s a windy, chilly morning, and Rosina Magalasi wakes up early to prepare porridge for her husband and grandchild. She peeps into the maize flour basket and immediately realizes that her family Read More

16th May 2016

Meet Madam Fulemara the owner and associate director of Rubyerwa Dairy Investments located in Rwanyamahembe, kashari County Mbarara District. In her story she confirms the fact that farming is Read More

11th May 2016

Catherine Nabutsale manages a classroom of 150 students, aged five to eight. She is a primary school teacher in the Sironko district of eastern Uganda, on the slopes of Mount Elgon.
Mrs. Read More

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