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Inter Press Service, September 24, 2021 | Nurturing a New Generation of Food Leaders

Nation, September 19, 2021 | Cases of counterfeit seeds have declined, report reveals
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My Join Online, September 23, 2021 | Ghana, 3 others achieve significant gains in maize, rice production

September 23, 2021, All Africa | Africa: ADB New Board Inaugurated… Urged to Remain Focused On Agric

Business Ghana, September 20, 2021 | NewAge launches maize seeds that are drought resistant

All Africa, September 19, 2021 | Malawi: Farmers to Pay K7,500 for a Bag of Fertilizer in Affordable Inputs Programme

Ghana Web, September 19, 2021 | NDA explores investment opportunities with South African Agribusinesses

How we made Africa, September 16, 2021 | Eight agribusiness ideas to consider in West Africa: Catfish, cassava, fonio and more

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TASAI Inc., in collaboration with the Direction Nationale de l’Agriculture (DNA), convened a workshop to disseminate the findings of the TASAI 2020 Mali Update study and to launch the 2021 TASAI Mali comprehensive study. The meeting was convened in a hybrid format on July 23 with 20 participants attending in person at the Grand Hotel in Bamako and another 26 participants attending virtually. The meeting was officially opened by H.E. Modibo Keita, the Mali Minister for Rural Development. In his remarks, he noted that a vibrant seed sector was critical for the successful implementation of the government’s National Plan for Investment in the Agriculture Sector. The meeting was also attended by key government officials in the seed sector, including the Director of DNA and the Chief of the Mali Seed Laboratory (LABOSEM), as well by the Country Manager for the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA), and representatives from seed companies and the Association of Seed Producers in Mali (ASSEMA).

TASAI has produced a 5-minute video from the meeting, which can be accessed HERE. The TASAI 2020 Mali update report can be accessed HERE.

The East Africa, September 7, 2021 | It’s time we recognised Africa’s scientists as heroes

Seed World, September 2, 2021 | Plant Variety Protection Critical to Improve African Seed Industry

Agrilinks, August 30, 2021 | Rwanda on the Path to Self-Sustainability with Improved Seed for Major Crops

Daily Monitor, July 30, 2021 | How you can embrace vertical farming

The Reporter, July 25, 2021 | Management crisis hits improved seed supplier

The Punch, July 25, 2021 | Technology and poverty alleviation in Africa

Farmers Review Africa, July 21, 2021 | How Should We Measure Farmers’ Economic Success?

Morocco World News, July 20, 2021 | OCP Promotes Sustainable Growth For Africa’s Agricultural Future

The Sun, July 20, 2021 | Buhari, Emefiele inaugurate Katsina integrated farm project

Devex, July 17, 2021 | More action needed to address smallholder farmer challenges

Vanguard, July 16, 2021 | ActionAid calls on FG to ease access to loan facilities by rural women farmers

Devex, July 16, 2021 | More action needed to address smallholder farmer challenges

All Africa, July 13, 2021 | Three Entrepreneurs in Botswana, Zambia, and Malawi Beat over 1,000 Applicants to Win Prestigious SEED

All Africa, July 13, 2021 | Female farmers turning organic in Ivory Coast

The Shillong Times, July 12, 2021 African nations urged to promote inclusive agriculture

The Standard, July 11, 2021 | Unlocking Africa’s Agriculture Potential Despite The COVID-19 Pandemic

Ghana Web, July 10, 2021 | Women are the soul of agriculture – Agric personnel

Fin, July 8, 2021 | It’s not one-size-fits-all for southern Africa’s agribusinesses

The Eagle, July 7, 2021 | IITA, NIAS, PAA to train farmers on maize, soybean production

The Guardian, July 6, 2021 | Prices of agricultural inputs stable in Adamawa – Survey



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