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By Goth Mohamed Goth The Minister of Agriculture Prof. Farah Elmi Mohamed Geedole  speaking today said “The country is reeling against the fear of impending locust infestation getting out of control...

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The USAID Partnership for Economic Growth program today  handed over to the Ministry of Commerce, Somaliland two furnished offices with computer equipment and a business registration software. This project...

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I read the article written by Mr. Abdirahman, and I consider it a reminder of how one of our vital economic sectors remains untapped. If we go back during civilian rule of ex-Somalia, emphasis was waged...

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Somaliland needs badly agricultural policy encouraging technology transfer to increase local crop productions both for small scale farmers and large scale farmers in the country. It is not an easy task;...

Ferhan shows off his kale from his farm in Ruqi (photo/GoodFood World). (NOTE: We believe this article is important and warrants publication because of its value highlighting the plight of East African...

DIRE DAWA – The Ethiopian Horticulture Development Agency (EHDA) this week celebrated a key milestone as the east African nation began exporting bananas for the first time ever. In a nation where...

MAPUTO — Mozambique’s government said on Wednesday it has approved two investment projects in forestry and agriculture worth $660m that will create around 4 000 jobs. Two companies will run...

ADDIS ABABA — Ethiopia earned US$92 million from the export of fruits, vegetables and flowers in the last five months according to the Ethiopian Horticulture Development Agency. US$74.5 million was...

The prolonged drought that is currently devastating the Horn of Africa is likely to have a long term impact. Pastoral and semi-pastoral communities have seen their lives blighted, with their livestock...

Locals move out as international contractors seize opportunities offered by government to lease farmland at knockdown rates GAMBELLA — It’s the deal of the century: £150 a week to lease...

HARGEISA, July 8 2009 (Somalilandpress) — Authorities in Somalia’s self-declared republic of Somaliland are worried about a bad harvest and potential livelihood crisis for poor agro-pastoralists. Abdikader...