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Woman farmers

Feeding Africa from within: Smallholder farmers could leverage the AfCFTA

Term ID: 1243
By: Busani Bafana

Africa Renewal: June 2021

COVID-19 impact has exposed weakness of current food systems, but also revealed an opportunity to boost continental trade.
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COVID-19 impact has exposed weakness of current food systems, but also revealed an opportunity to boost continental trade.
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Factory worker in Ethiopia explaining tractor use to colleagues.

Mechanizing agriculture is key to food security

Term ID: 1243
By: Busani Bafana

Africa Renewal: April 2019 - July 2019

Governments and the private sector must partner to increase investments in the sector
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Governments and the private sector must partner to increase investments in the sector
Factory worker in Ethiopia explaining tractor use to colleagues.
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African youth participate at an international youth forum at the UN headquarters in New York. Photo: Africa Renewal/Shu Zhang

African youth demand a seat at the table

Term ID: 1243
By: Busani Bafana

Africa Renewal: April 2018 - July 2018

Voices of young Africans are becoming difficult to ignore
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Voices of young Africans are becoming difficult to ignore
African youth participate at an international youth forum at the UN headquarters in New York. Photo: Africa Renewal/Shu Zhang
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African youth participate at an international youth forum at the UN headquarters in New York. Photo: Africa Renewal/Shu Zhang
An artist impression (in the background) of a forthcoming shopping and office complex. Photo: Panos/Sven Torfinn

Kigali sparkles on the hills

Term ID: 1243
By: Busani Bafana

Africa Renewal: April 2016

Rwandan government implements an ambitious development master plan
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Rwandan government implements an ambitious development master plan
An artist impression (in the background) of a forthcoming shopping and office complex. Photo: Panos/Sven Torfinn
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An artist impression (in the background) of a forthcoming shopping and office complex. Photo: Panos/Sven Torfinn
A model of the future Kigali City. An ambitious Kigali development master plan aims to turn the city into the ‘Singapore of Africa’. Panos/Sven Torfinn

Africa’s cities of the future

Term ID: 1243
By: Busani Bafana

Africa Renewal: April 2016

Proper planning key to sustainable cities
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Proper planning key to sustainable cities
A model of the future Kigali City. An ambitious Kigali development master plan aims to turn the city into the ‘Singapore of Africa’. Panos/Sven Torfinn
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A model of the future Kigali City. An ambitious Kigali development master plan aims to turn the city into the ‘Singapore of Africa’. Panos/Sven Torfinn
An artist’s impression of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.   Photo: www.grandmillenniumdam.net

Financing Africa’s massive projects

Term ID: 1243
By: Kingsley Ighobor

Africa Renewal: December 2014

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Innovative bankrolling gains popularity and raises high hopes among key countries
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Innovative bankrolling gains popularity and raises high hopes among key countries
An artist’s impression of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.   Photo: www.grandmillenniumdam.net
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An artist’s impression of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.   Photo: www.grandmillenniumdam.net
An artist’s impression of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.   Photo: www.grandmillenniumdam.net

Financing Africa’s massive projects

Term ID: 343
By: Kingsley Ighobor

Africa Renewal: December 2014

Busani Bafana
Innovative bankrolling gains popularity and raises high hopes among key countries
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Kingsley Ighobor
Innovative bankrolling gains popularity and raises high hopes among key countries
An artist’s impression of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.   Photo: www.grandmillenniumdam.net
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An artist’s impression of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.   Photo: www.grandmillenniumdam.net
A woman harvests high iron beans in Northern Province, Rwanda. Photo: HarvestPlus/Angoor Studios

Biofortification offers hope for Africa’s malnourished

Term ID: 1243
By: Busani Bafana

Africa Renewal: August 2014

Raising the nutritional value of crops
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Raising the nutritional value of crops
A woman harvests high iron beans in Northern Province, Rwanda. Photo: HarvestPlus/Angoor Studios
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A woman harvests high iron beans in Northern Province, Rwanda. Photo: HarvestPlus/Angoor Studios
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