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African Green Revolution Forum
The world’s premier forum for African agriculture, bringing together stakeholders in the agricultural landscape to commit to transformation across Africa
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African Green Revolution Forum 8h
showcased the hard work and admirable achievements of who are blazing a path for Africa and the world, demonstrating how food production in the 21st century can be productive, sustainable, resilient and profitable.
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African Green Revolution Forum 10h
In the next 30 years, the global population is expected to grow by 2 billion people, from 7.7 billion today to 9.7 billion in 2050. To feed this population, predicts that global food production has to increase by 60%.
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African Green Revolution Forum Oct 16
To increase the number of women who use digital solutions and financial solutions, various organizations have continued to invest in more training programmes and innovations that are very practical.
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African Green Revolution Forum Oct 15
Building resilience and improving food security in conflict-affected areas of the continent is a largely under-tapped opportunity for transformation. Read more
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African Green Revolution Forum Oct 15
'What we are good at and what we do at, is to work from the grassroots up, with our partners in the supply chain of fertilizer.' – Donal Brown, Associate VP, Management Department,
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African Green Revolution Forum Oct 15
How could impact smallholder farmers in the era -
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African Green Revolution Forum Oct 15
'You cannot resist the advancement of technological innovations in the value chain. Where the environment is supportive of , we see significant development in the area'- , Director
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African Green Revolution Forum Oct 14
is a game changer. It is transforming by enabling smallholder in to improve their production and enhance their through a platform of trust -
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African Green Revolution Forum Oct 13
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African Green Revolution Forum Oct 13
Over the years, we have tried to include tech-driven solutions and initiatives in the implementation of our work. Businesses decisions are driven by data. Nana Aisha Mohamed, Country Manager  
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African Green Revolution Forum Oct 9
'When we used to talk about , we were concentrating on production to fill stomachs. We've shifted this focus to not only talk about but also to emphasize on . Dr. Paul Demo -
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African Green Revolution Forum Oct 8
'With platforms, people have visibility and have access to information' - , VP Country Support & Delivery
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African Green Revolution Forum Oct 8
'There is evidence to show what improvements in translate into in terms of incomes, economies and general well-being. However, the makers we want to influence are not in the field.' - , CEO
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African Green Revolution Forum Oct 7
' and innovation is market driven and it needs to be systematic' - 's Samuel Varas
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African Green Revolution Forum Oct 2
Thank you for attending and shaping ’s transformation agenda. We really value your feedback. Please let us know what you liked and areas we can continue to improve by filling in our survey -
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African Green Revolution Forum Sep 30
'If the Ministers of , and work together, it will be a huge advantage for smallholder farmers and agri-prenuers' - Lord Boateng, Board Chair
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Reeta Roy Sep 26
After noticing onions imported from Europe to his local market in Ghana, Emmanuel saw an opportunity. 2 yrs later he has a farm & has helped create TROTRO Tractor — essentially Uber for tractors. Stories of ag transformation took centre stage at
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African Green Revolution Forum Sep 24
' today is a real centre of and there is really good business in if you take the right measures. The link between and is what will attract young people' - Rt. Hon. Tony Blair - Executive Chairman,
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African Green Revolution Forum Sep 23
' we are good at identifying private sector businesses that can be revolutionary and can penetrate through rural communities and can provide a chance at a change of livelihoods in the rural neighborhoods' - Victoria Sabula, CEO
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OCP Sep 6
Kamal Deen Yakub CEO of Tro Tro Tractors stated that his company " allows smallholder farmers to have access to mechanization services in Africa” Using USSD, farmers who don’t have internet access can still benefit from its services.
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