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  • Transforming Africa’s livestock sector is key to food security

    Africa will be unable to meet demand for meat and milk by 2050 and benefit from growth in the livestock sector unless countries adopt new policies and innovations, a new report has found.

     

  • Why Nigeria must bridge infrastructural gaps to aid food production

    As Nigeria makes efforts to ensure that agriculture plays a key role in its quest for revenue diversification, stakeholders in the sector have charged the Federal Government to bridge infrastructural gaps to aid agribusiness development in the country and ensure food security.

     

  • Agro-processing support project targets 10,000 Direct Beneficiaries In Nigeria’s Kaduna

    The state Project Coordinator, Kaduna State Agro-processing project, Productivity Enhancement and Livelihood Improvement Support (APPEALS) project, Yahaya Aminu, has disclosed that no fewer than 10,000 people are expected to benefit from the Women and Youth Empowerment Program (WYEP).

     

  • Ethiopia faces food shortage as locusts ravage farms

    Ethiopia faces food shortage as locusts ravage farms, farmers dealing with crop devastation said the the country could face food shortages.

    “We were so shocked and tried to save our land from the attacks, but that didn’t work as they were too many,” Assefa Alemu, a father of six and maize farmer from Wollo in the Ethiopian the state of Amhara, told The National.

     

    WHAT WE DO

    AAA has a twofold mandate: agrimedia services and involvement in agricultural enterprises, which is a movement. We are the meeting point between Africans at home and Africans in the diaspora, and the Caribbean. We are a facilitator of trade among African countries and friends of the continent. We train farmers on different subjects and agriculture journalists on important issues in media coverage of the agricultural value chain. We provide export/import information on agricultural products. Through our knowledgeable management team, we consult and provide farm management services to clients in countries where we are on ground. We acquire land across Africa for Africans in the diaspora who are interested either in returning home or having a farm or doing other business. We also offer Public Relations/Publicity services to governments at all levels, local and foreign clients who have new product(s) to introduce to prospective customers across Africa and beyond through our exclusive media content.

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    OUR PRODUCT

    • VEGETABLE

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      VEGETABLE
    • CROPS

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    • REARING OF ANIMALS

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      Our Progress So Far

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      READERSHIP TARGET OF THE MAGAZINE

      Back home in Nigeria and Africa, while our reportage focuses broadly on all classes of farmers (whether smallholder-based or public enterprises) and their farming activities, other agribusinesses; but in terms of readership, AAA’s objective is targeted at smallholder farmers who can at least read, elite farmers and those who love what they do; such categories of institutions span from agriculture research institutions, universities and colleges of agriculture, financial institutions, agriculture related cooperatives, policy makers across board who may be continental, international organisations and diplomatic circles, and ultimately, appeal to readers who currently are not fans of agriculture, all things remaining equal.

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