The next phase of agribusiness incubator and incubator hub accreditation is finally open. To have your organisation or group benefit from this phase, here is the update: http://africaain.org/accreditation-for-agribusiness-incubators-and-hubs-kick-started-in-accra-ghana-africa-to-gain-more-from-joint-initiatives-by-aain-and-partners/
Africa's largest spectacle and business platform in agribusiness incubation, the African Agribusiness Conference and Expo will be held again in Dakar, Senegal for another 3 days of pure business from 7th to 9th March, 2018.
High on the agenda is the role of agribusiness incubation and thematic side-events addressing existing bottlenecks to agribusiness development in Africa with the guiding theme of “Turning Science into Business.”
Like the inaugural edition, the second Africa Youth in Agribusiness Day will be hosted by the youth at the centre with all events tailor-made for the youth.
From 450 delegates in Nairobi, Kenya in 2015 to 900 in Accra Ghana 2016, this business boosting spectacle is calling for more seats to accommodate the demand come March 2018 in Dakar.
For the official invitation, conference concept, program and online registration please visit www.africaain.info
From 8th to 10th November 2017, the Africa Agribusiness Incubation Conference & Expo along with the second Africa Youth in Agribusiness Day will be hosted by the African Agribusiness Incubators Network (AAIN) together with partners in Dakar, Senegal. For updates and reservations email email@example.com or visit the website www.africaain.org. For instant updates, follow AAIN on twitter and LinkedIn via @AAINOnline trending with #AfricaYouthinAg2 and the facebook page https://facebook.com/AAINOnline/?view_public_for=982333048563054&_rdr
In case you missed it. The AAIN Digest e-newsletter issue 2 of 2017 is here. http://africaain.org/aain-digest-e-newsletter-issue-2-for-2017/
For your sponsorship to the main event with us from the African Agribusiness Incubators Network (AAIN), partner African Union CAADP Technical networks and more in Dakar, Senegal.
Vital details in link: http://africaain.org/2nd-annual-africa-youth-in-agribusiness-day-challenge-open/
Are you a young African between the ages of 18 and 35? Do you have a passion for youth participation in the transformation of agribusiness in Africa?
Here is your chance to win sponsorship from the African Agribusiness Incubators Network (AAIN) and partners to represent the youth from your country at the 2017 edition of the “Africa Youth in Agribusiness Day” during the forthcoming 2017 Africa Agribusiness Incubation Conference and Expo that will run from the 8th to the 10th of November in Dakar, Senegal.
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For your updates on progress in job and wealth creation in Africa through agribusiness incubation by the African Agribusiness Incubators Network (AAIN), World Bank,FAO, CTA, the African Union, African Development Bank (AfDB), IITA and more strong partners, here is your free copy of the AAIN Digest e-version from the AAIN Secretariat. Policies and strategic partnerships that give the springboard to agri-prenuership and job creation through innovative agribusiness. The time is now. Get your free download here: http://africaain.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/AAIN-Digest-1st-Quater-2017-1.pdf
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By Solomon Kalema Musisi
Over the 52 years of independence, Uganda has evolved from one
level to another in terms of household incomes and livelihoods with the
economy growing consistently at an average of 6.4 percent since 2002,
moving towards the government’s vision of a transformed Ugandan society
from a peasant to a modern and prosperous country within 30 years.
The Poverty Eradication Department of the State House headed by Mrs. Joan Kakwenzire, the Senior Presidential Advisor on poverty Alleviation, set out in 2003 to address challenges to agricultural production and create new horizons for the populations in areas where potential to produce had been cited, especially for matooke, coffee among other locally grown crops.
The Atamba mixed farm in Mukono district is one of over 20 model villages established by the department to empower rural communities to deliver products of higher q
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In celebration of 3 years in existence, I present to you our roots: The birth of the Uganda National Agricultural Students Society back in 2013. 2014 saw us kick off into the Pan African Agricultural Students Society, The roots are set, the manifestation from its humble start is here.
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Ladies and gentlemen I still maintain my view of the fisheries sector here. What is your opinion? I'd like to know.
A lot is talked about. It's all vital. But here is what fellow stakeholders should tell the youth on our precious continent.
I am Solomon Kalema Musisi, former president of the School of Agricultural Sciences, Makerere University, Kampala and this is the message for which I need you all to join me and take across Africa.