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  • Tanzanian Government to Invest Heavily in Palm Oil Farming

    Posted on :Tuesday , 19th February 2019

    The Prime Minister of Tanzania, Mr. Kassim Majaliwa recently stated that the government has allocated 4.3 million U.S dollars to boost the cultivation of palm oil as a part of its strategy to develop the crop so that its farmers are on the same level as growers of other cash crops.

    Majaliwa made this statement while speaking in w. . .

  • East Africa - Leaders in Africa's Agricultural transformation

    Posted on :Saturday , 9th February 2019

     In implementing Africa's agricultural transformation policies, East African countries are leading. South Africa is second, according to a report on the Malabo declaration. 

    The declaration is a set of agricultural objectives to be achieved by 2025 by the Heads of State at the African Union Summit in Malabo, Equatoria. . .

  • The government announced a plan to make Kenya food secure

    Posted on :Friday , 21st December 2018

    At the Future of Food conference in Nairobi, Agriculture CAS Andrew Tuimur while giving speech recommended the private sector to partner with the government in implementing the food security plan in addition to focus on equipment suppliers, farmer associations, agro-dealers, warehouses and processors.


  • Tea Export Increased by 13% from East Africa to the rest of the World

    Posted on :Tuesday , 27th November 2018

    Tea export volumes from East Africa to the rest of the world have risen by 1.4 million kilograms, representing a 13% increase from the comparable previous year, data from the East African Tea Export Auction reveals.


    A latest auction report has shown that a total of 10.4 million kilogramme bags of tea were exported, more than the 9 million kilogramme bags exported around the sa. . .

  • Kenya Signs Agreement to Boost Agricultural Exports to China

    Posted on :Tuesday , 13th November 2018

    Kenya and China signed an agreement allowing the East African country to export various agricultural products to China.

    Nzioka Waita, President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Chief of Staff, said the agreement on food, plant and animal safety - known as sanitary and phytosanitary measures - had been reached between the two after a week of negotiations.

    Waita said on Twitter the agreemen. . .

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