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A global perspective on agribusiness
and agricultural development
3 October 2019

SPORE EXCLUSIVE

An alliance for disruptive agri-tech

Parmesh Shah, Global Lead for Rural Livelihoods and Agricultural Jobs at the World Bank, examines how Africa can enhance its food systems through D4Ag collaboration and innovation.

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CLIMATE-SMART AGRICULTURE

Sustainable stimulant

Terracing and tree management are among the environmentally-friendly farming techniques being adopted by Zimbabwean farmers to revitalise coffee production and income.

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MARKET OPPORTUNITIES

Bean champions

A Nigerian food manufacturing start-up is upscaling the potential of local locust beans and providing rural women with a reliable market.

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SMART-TECH AND INNOVATION

Vouching for farmers

In Côte d’Ivoire, an online community platform allows consumers the opportunity to financially support small farmers in exchange for harvests at a discount.

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SPORE N° 194 | September - November 2019

Digitalising extension - Smart Advisory Services for Farmers


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