The Government of Ethiopia has taken the decision on the much-delayed Yayu Fertilizer Project, pinching it away from the maligned state-owned military-industrial conglomerate, the Metals ans Engineering Corporation (MetEC), and awarding it to the Moroccan fertilizer and phosphate maker, OCP.
Teaming up to exploit trade and tourism upshots from the upcoming Dubai trade fair, the Agricultural Transformation Agency (ATA) and the Ethiopian Tourism Organization (ETO), seek to secure USD 63 million worth of trade deals.
The Second National ATVET (Agricultural Technical and Vocational Education Training) conference entitled - Sustainability for Ethiopian Agricultural Transformation – took place in the Adama, Oromia Regional State this week, including those from Dalhousie University – Canada’s premier agricultural university involved in various agricultural projects within Ethiopia.
GIZ, the Ministry of Agriculture of Ethiopia and Iceaddis, an innovation hub and a startup incubator,have teamed up to honor eight businesses who have provided innovative solutions to the agriculture challenges of the nation.
Grappling with vicious cycles of drought and low productivity, the African Agricultural sector is about to see new initiatives that will propel innovation and technology oriented farming practices in which the African Development Bank (AfDB) has announced a USD 50 billion in financing.
Expected to host thousands of visitors for the fourth year; the African Livestock Exhibition and Congress opened its premier event in the presence of government officials, diplomats and exhibitors from 13 countries on Thursday at the Millennium Hall.