Agriculture

May 22, 2018 - Deanna Ramsay, Natasha Sweeney

Betty Chinyamunyamu: Finding potential in Malawi’s farmers – and forging new markets

Agriculture

In a country with a majority of the population cultivating small plots of land, empowering smallholder farmers is the key to economic success

May 14, 2018 - Elena Immambocus

Driving safe trade solutions worldwide

Agriculture

A new book on sanitary and phytosanitary gaps from the Standards and Trade Development Facility (STDF) highlights ways to support farmers, processors, traders and governments in developing countries to access global markets

April 11, 2018 - Deanna Ramsay

Bridging the gap for farmers in Malawi

Agriculture

Additional land to sow, targeted trainings, and market security mean higher incomes for smallholders

March 09, 2018 - Deanna Ramsay

New market creating fresh connections in Lesotho

Agriculture

Just-launched facility offers state-of-the-art services, and promises to boost business

February 13, 2018 - Michelle Kovacevic

Righting a raw deal for Burkina Faso’s cashew processors

Agriculture

Burkina Faso's cashew sector has been re-made, as a matter of national priority.

January 24, 2018 - UNCTAD

Benin cassava flour makers seek Geographical Indication

Agriculture

Two dozen Beninese women making a unique type of garri flour sign up to a new code of practice to better market their product and boost incomes

January 23, 2018 - ITC News

Comorian vanilla and clove exporters secure financing with ITC help

Agriculture

Project strengthens value chains of vanilla, clove and ylang ylang in the Union of the Comoros Originally posted at ITC News

December 08, 2017 - Enhanced Integrated Framework (EIF)

Cambodia's white gold

Agriculture

Driving through Cambodia’s country-side, one can’t help but notice the endless rice paddies that appear to extend in every direction. This should come as no surprise given that, for millennia, rice has been a central part of the country’s diet, and its most important crop. One that to this day occupies up to three quarters of the country’s cultivated land.