AGRA in the news

Africa's farmers need political support more than 'seeds, weather and soil'
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International Institute of Tropical Agriculture wins 2018 Africa Food Prize award worth $100,000
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Planting for Food and Jobs Programme receives international recognition
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A Personal Remembrance of and a Tribute to Kofi Annan on the Occasion of the 2018 African Green Revolution Forum
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Degrees of Pain - Africa’s Smallholder Farmers Among the Most Hurt by Climate Change

Degrees of Pain – Africa’s Smallholder Farmers Among the Most Hurt by Climate Change

By Dr. Agnes Kalibata, AGRA President

Experts use many numbers when talking about climate change. However, rising temperatures, the resulting crop failure, and the consequent loss of livelihoods and destitution of millions of households are this year’s most important and urgent developments for millions …

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Going far together: how farmer groups help strengthen communities
Going far together: how farmer groups help strengthen communities
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Going far together: how farmer groups help strengthen communities
2016 African Women of the year in Agriculture, Mining and Architecture
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Photo Gallery: The year in pictures
Photo Gallery: The year in pictures
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Africa Must Increase Local Production of Improved Seeds for Food Security and Climate Resilience
Africa Must Increase Local Production of Improved Seeds for Food Security and Climate Resilience
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Renewed Push to Boost Agriculture Investments in Kenya
Renewed Push to Boost Agriculture Investments in Kenya
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Healthy Soils, Healthy People
Healthy Soils, Healthy People
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Two AGRA Grantees win National Awards
Two AGRA Grantees win National Awards
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VIDEO: Seize the Moment!
VIDEO: Seize the Moment!
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Senegal: The Potential is Real
Senegal: The Potential is Real
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Going far together: how farmer groups help strengthen communities
AGRA Leads National Dialogue on Early Generation Seed in Ghana
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