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Malawi’s food processing industry has great potential but cannot keep up with demand. Cooperatives can be part of the solution
Climate crisis and population growth increase pressure on arable land in West Africa
In Malawi, a new app helps farmers to organise their finances and ensures that they have funds available when they are most needed – during planting season
Almost 800 million people still suffer from chronic hunger. One widespread assumption is that when people go hungry, there is not enough to eat. But it is not that simple
The Global Forum on Agricultural Research and Innovation changes its acronym to underline inclusion and fairness
Rural communties’ right to use the land they depend on deserves more attention
The climate crisis is exacerbating the problems of small-scale farmers in Bangladesh, and they are the least able to adapt
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