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A global perspective on agribusiness
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15 May 2019

SPORE EXCLUSIVE

Enock Chikava: “Agricultural digitalisation will leapfrog challenges women farmers face”

Deputy director for agricultural development at the Gates Foundation, Enock Chikava, highlights the benefits of digitalisation to farmers and agribusinesses.

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TRENDS

Blended finance impacts African agriculture

Impact investment funds are fast becoming the vehicle of choice for governments and donors looking to invest in agriculture.

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Chilli exports challenge Rwanda’s post-harvest losses

Young entrepreneur, Diego Twahirwa, is turning Rwandan chilli surplus into opportunity and profit by supplying global markets with innovative new products. 

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SMART-TECH & INNOVATION

Cycling for organic cocoa in Côte d’Ivoire

Innovative technologies in West Africa are reducing the environmental impacts of cocoa processing, and increasing climate resilience. 

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CLIMATE-SMART SOLUTIONS

Forest protection restores Burundian livelihoods 

In the face of climate change, a sustainable coffee project in Burundi is helping farmers restore landscapes and manage their own assets.

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SPORE N° 192 | March - May 2019

Digitalising Agriculture:
Bridging the Gender Gap


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