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Zanzibar – The newly formed Zanzibar Seaweed Company (ZASCO) has secured a market for sea lettuce seaweed, previously neglected as a waste and environmental hazard. ZASCO ...

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    Zanzibar – The newly formed Zanzibar Seaweed Company (ZASCO) has secured a market for sea lettuce seaweed, previously neglected as a waste and environmental hazard. ZASCO Executive Director Dr. Masoud Rashid Mohammed said here over the weekend that since last September the company has spent more than $960 million on his purchases of 800 tonnes ...
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    By Michel Nkurunziza The government will this month start implementing a €15 million five-year project to boost fish farming production. Solange Uwituze, Deputy Director General in charge of Animal Resources Research and Technology Transfer at Rwanda Agriculture and Animal Resources Development Board (RAB), said that the project was funded by Belgium. She told The New ...
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    Monrovia — At the climax of events marking the 2022 International Year of Artisanal Fisheries and Aquaculture in Africa held virtually by the Food and Agriculture Organization, the head of Liberia’s National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority (NaFAA), Madam Emma Metieh Glassco says her leadership has taken giant steps to empower women in the fisheries and ...
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    By Kingsley Asare Yara Ghana Limited has congratulated farmers and fishers for their contributions to the development of the country and pledged their commitment to introduce nutrition solutions to boost food production. “On the occasion of this 38th edition of the Farmers’ Day celebrations, Yara Ghana Limited wishes to congratulate our gallant farmers for their ...
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    With per capita fish consumption having doubled in the past six decades, aquaculture is becoming more important in combatting food insecurity. Recent innovations seek to improve sustainability and productivity while assuaging quality concerns. Venture capitalists invested $39bn in food tech start-ups in 2021, double the amount seen in 2020. While over half of this amount ...
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    By June Njoroge Renowned by some as ‘Africa’s melting pot’ and ‘Africa in miniature’ by others, Cameroon is inarguably one of the most diverse countries in the continent. Perched at the crossroads of West and Central Africa, the country not only boasts a rich tapestry of indigenous cultures but also diverse flora and fauna. Its ...
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