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Follow the Food workshop at African Landscape Dialogue on Businesses in the Landscape
April 13, 2017Research project
Follow the Food workshop at African Landscape Dialogue on Businesses in the Landscape

From March 6 to 9, 2017, the GCP-2 Follow the Food team participated in the “African Landscape Dialogue”, in Addis Ababa. This conference brought together more than 140 leaders working across Africa and around to exchange, discuss and finally improve the practice of integrated landscape management. »

Follow the Food participation in the African Landscape Dialogue
April 13, 2017Research project
Follow the Food participation in the African Landscape Dialogue

On March 7, 2017, the GCP-2 project Follow the Food presented a research poster at the “African Landscape Dialogue” conference in Addis Ababa. About 140 policy makers, development workers and companies discussed and learned from different landscape initiatives across the African continent. »

Farmerline CEO amongst Africa’s 30 Most Promising Young Entrepreneurs
March 29, 2017Research project
Farmerline CEO amongst Africa’s 30 Most Promising Young Entrepreneurs

Every year since 2013, Forbes assembles a list of 30 incredible young entrepreneurs, all under the age of 35, who are making the most dramatic impact in business in Africa. The list was published on March 13, 2017 and Alloysius Attah was named as one of the 30 Most Promising Young Entrepreneurs in Africa. »

Bridging gaps between women food entrepreneurs and urban policy & business instruments
March 23, 2017Research project
Bridging gaps between women food entrepreneurs and urban policy & business instruments

On February 2, 2017 in Ouagadougou, the research project team “Building Inclusive Business Models for Women Food Entrepreneurs” organized a stakeholder workshop, with representatives of women food entrepreneurs (WFEs) and the urban policy and business sector present. »

Rock prospecting in Kenya
March 21, 2017Research project
Rock prospecting in Kenya

In both project sites of the Women Food Entrepreneurs GCP-2 project – Kisumu in Kenya and Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso – geochemical surveys were required to find rocks suitable for producing powder for soil conditioning. »

Research presentation at the National Cocoa and Coffee Conference in Sierra Leone
March 15, 2017Research project
Research presentation at the National Cocoa and Coffee Conference in Sierra Leone

Consortium members of “Helping poor farmers grow money in Sierra Leone”, presented their GCP project at the Sierra Leonean National Cocoa and Coffee Conference on September 28, 2016. »