The NEPAD Agency’s successful support towards development of programmes for fisheries reform in Ghana and Sierra Leone, has led to increased interest by a number of countries in Africa seeking assistance to develop their own fisheries policy and governance reform programmes.
May this year be rich, full of promise and may all your projects be met with success.
International experts, ambassadors, high officials and entrepreneurs gathered in Dakar for the launch of “16 infrastructure projects for African integration”.
The NEPAD Agency today presented the role of the Continental Business Network (CBN) in facilitating and accelerating Infrastructure Project Financing.
World Fisheries Day raises awareness on the importance of preserving biodiversity, sustainable fisheries, food security, economic well-being and the health of populations around the world.
Creating Jobs through Regional Infrastructure Development.
The NEPAD Agency is undertaking a number of engagements towards supporting the implementation of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. Visit the Africa Pavilion at COP22 in Marrakech!!
Cross-border trade of fishery products in the Central African region is extremely important as fisheries and aquaculture contribute to food and nutrition security of the region’s population.
“In order for transport corridors and One Stop Border Posts to work efficiently, we need to get the full picture,” Dr Ibrahim Mayaki, the NEPAD Agency’s CEO.
Biofortification aims to increase nutrient levels in crops during plant growth (for example through biofortified seeds), rather than through manual means during processing of the crops. It presents a means through which large populations may be reached where supplementation and conventional...
The 2nd Africa Rural Development Forum will be held under the theme “...
The CBN serves as the continental platform between private and public sectors...
Theme: Africa's changing development landscape