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Transforming small producers into BIG business by 2050


ag facts

43% of Agriculture labor force in developing countries  are women.

85% of small holders farmer have less than 2 hectres of land

Average person is 1 to 3 generations from farming families

Why the United Nation acknowledges bees as essential?

The United Nations in a resolution noting the urgent need to address the issue of the worldwide decline of pollinator diversity and the risks that this imp lies for agriculture sustainability, human livelihoods and food supplies on September 25, 2015.

The resolution recognizes:

The importance of promoting sustainable development in its three dimensions in an innovative, coordinated, environmentally sound, open and shared manner, and the urgent need to protect bees and other pollinators in a sustainable manner.  (read more)



We Thank our 

CSW63 - Key Note Speaker 

H.E. Dr Arikana Chihombari-Quao

As the African Union Ambassador to the U.S. Dr. Chihombori - Quao is fully committed to reinforcing the longstanding and deep historic, cultural and economic relations between Africa and the U.S. She plays a key role in reinforcing the African Union startegic partnerships with the United States, grounded on shared values and mutual interests. Ambassador Chihombori - Quao is a strong believer in the promise that the African Union - U.S. partnership holds and that a prosperous, peaceful and intergrated Africa is a shared strategic interest. 

Our NEXT signature event September 2019!

AgroBiz Enhances Your Agricultural Success!!

Our program visits land-grant universities in the United States. The universities are committed in improving the standard of living of farmers through teaching, research, and extension serving the needs of non-served and under-served, limited-resource farmers and rural agribusiness throughout the world. The Agricultural Program is designed to offer knowledge and technology transfer, provide solutions confronting agricultural productivity and profitability and is supported by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).

         

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