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Measuring Africa’s agricultural takeoff is set to make billionaires, from ‘poor men’s fields’

Agricultural activities will lead to poor mens to be billioniares

Asked where the next crop of African Billionaires will come from, the President of the African Development Bank, Nigerian Dr.Akinwumi Adesina, without batting an eyelid, declared that they will be farmers. And he is not the only person in his class endorsing agricultural activities as the next frontier. Check also: Wefarm Connects Over 300,000 Farmers In Kenya And Uganda Technology success ...

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Why You Should Stop Watching Too Much Porn

Effects of watching porn

Most men watch porn, so the thought of missing out on a lifetime of potential sex because you watched too many X-rated movies would, understandably, be a pretty terrifying prospect. Check also: Sex Text Messages Are Illegal Says Lokodo’s Pornography Control Committee But this isn’t the first time we’ve heard of the “porn causes erectile dysfunction” claim. In fact, preliminary research presented at the American Urological ...

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Wefarm Connects Over 300,000 Farmers In Kenya And Uganda


Wefarm , the world’s largest farmer-to-farmer digital network, today announced that it has reached over 300,000 farmers across East Africa, namely in Kenya and Uganda. There are over 180,000 farmers in Kenya using Wefarm at present. Check also: Major Deals to Accelerate Africa’s Path to Prosperity through Agriculture Agreed at World’s Foremost Gathering of African Agriculture Leaders Wefarm is a free ...

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Learn Lessons From Success To Beat Malnutrition In Africa, Advise Experts 


Abijdan: Several African countries, including Senegal, Ghana, and Ethiopia, have shown success in reducing malnutrition over the last 15 years. This progress, driven in part by policy actions and interventions, shows that the battle against malnutrition in Africa can be won, according to a new report launched today by the Malabo Montpellier Panel at the Africa Green Revolution Forum in Cote d’Ivoire. ...

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New US$280 Million Partnership For Inclusive Agricultural Transformation In Africa Launched


Four prominent organizations supporting African agriculture join forces in innovative strategic partnership to increase incomes and improve the food security of 30 million smallholder farm households in at least 11 African countries by 2021. Check also: Agri-businesses and African Smallholders Seize $1 Trillion Food Market Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire –The multi-million dollar Partnership for Inclusive Agricultural Transformation in Africa (PIATA) was launched today ...

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