Monday, April 22, 2019

Young Ethiopians eye a fertile future in Artificial Intelligence

by Thomas Lewton A lab in Addis Ababa is on a mission to use AI to disrupt conventional development models and inspire a new generation of...

Ethiopia: Injecting new life into pastoral communities through vaccinations

Meyu Muluke district is home to an estimated 19,000 agro-pastoral families. Located in the Eastern part of Ethiopia within the Oromia Region, the hot...

Farm Mechanization and Value addition in Nigerian Agriculture

In an effort to reduce mass wastage of farm produce and promote value addition in Nigerian agriculture, the West Africa Agricultural Productivity Programme is...

True value of the blue economy to Kenya

By Mohamed Guleid Kenya has not fully exploited the resources found in our waters, which constitute what is called the blue economy. The ongoing blue economy...

Ethiopia’s TV Industry begins to Blossom

By Christopher Vourlias Turning on a TV in Addis Ababa just a few years ago, you were likely to be treated to drab program blocks on...

How African honey bees can help mitigate a World Crisis –...

By Vincent Dietemann for The Conversation. Vincent Dietemann is Extraordinary lecturer in Zoology and Entomology at the University of Pretoria. CNN is showcasing the work...

Rethinking Agriculture in South Africa – Constraints and Opportunities

By William Beinart, Associate, African Studies Centre, University of Oxford PLAAS at the University of the Western Cape organised a very valuable and successful conference...

Want an Alternative to the Traditional Utility? Look at Tanzania

By Anna Hirtenstein - The future alternative to the traditional electric utility may emerge first in Tanzania. The East African nation has developed the best system of regulating...