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  JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (PAMACC News) - Sponsors of development projects in Africa, borrowers, lenders, and public and private sector investors meet in South Africa to accelerate the continent’s investment opportunities in sectors not limited to energy, infrastructure, transport and ...

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ACCRA, Ghana (PAMACC News) - The demand for cocoa remains high, with increasing consumption of cocoa products by emerging economies which is expected to increase in the coming decades.However, the cost of producing the beans continues to increase, yields are declining and the negative impacts of ...

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  NAIROBI, Kenya (PAMACC News) - After losing a renewable energy patent to a powerful organization five years ago, George Otieno, a Kenyan technical innovator, is still searching for elusive justice. Even after hiring a lawyer several times to represent him in court, his case has never made ...


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513 millions tonnes de nourriture à produire. C’est l’objectif à atteindre sur le continent par le programme TAAT initié par le Banque africaine de développement.La production agricole explosera en Afrique si les technologies sont mises à la disposition des producteurs, y compris les petits ...


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  NAIROBI, Kenya (PAMACC News) - Kenya has the potential to generate about 15,000 gigawatts of geothermal power by 2030, placing it ahead of other Eastern Africa countries in the renewable energy race. To achieve this energy mile however, the country will have to reduce the lengthy process ...


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  KWALE, Kenya (PAMACC News) - Expansive lush sugarcane plantations stretching to 8000 hectares in Kenya’s semi arid Kwale County along the coastal line is a clear testimony that irrigated agriculture could be the magic bullet for a green revolution in Africa. Yields at the Kwale sugar ...
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