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Govt’ Of Ghana urged to pay attention to unskilled youth

The Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER) of the University of Ghana, has urged government to pay attention to the mass unskilled...
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Ethiopia earns US$215 million from coffee export in three months

Ethiopia earned 215 million U.S. dollars from the export of 55,825 tons of coffee during the first three months of Ethiopian fiscal year 2017/18...
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Kenya plans to double coffee exports to U.S.

Kenya plans to double its coffee exports to the United States in order to tap into the lucrative North American market, officials said on...

Ghana’s Inflation Rate Falls To 13.3% In January

The year-on-year inflation rate for January 2017 fell to 13.3 per cent, down 2.1 percentage points from 15.4 per cent in December 2016. The rate...
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Inflation Rate In Ghana Drops

The year-on-year inflation rate for December 2016 fell slightly to 15.4 per cent compared with the 15.5 per cent recorded in November 2016. The monthly...
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Greater Accra, Ashanti Record Higher Inflation Rates

The year-on-year inflation rate for November 2016 fell to 15.5 per cent compared with the 15.8 per cent recorded in October 2016. The Acting Government...

Coffee Farmers Promised 5m Free Seedlings

President John Dramani Mahama has promised his government will provide free seedlings to farmers interested in coffee production if he is retained as president...
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Mentor: Paulette Broohm journey to becoming Salti

Her eyes spoke a truth that her lips won't say. She had seen brokenness and had been pushed to the curb, yet her hope...

New Zealand Study finds coffee as cure for tired eyes

A team of scientists from four countries found the first scientific evidence that rapid eye movements slow down when the body is fatigued. "These results...
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Burundi’s stakeholders meet to revitalize coffee sector

Burundian Second Vice-President Joseph Butore and Agriculture and Livestock Minister Deo Guide Rurema participated in the meeting held Wednesday. "One of the...

Introduction of New Coffee Variety to Reduce Loses

Farmers optimistic as new coffee variety is introduced Joseph Bigirimana, the lead researcher for the team that developed the variety, explains the benefits...
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Believe it or not, India’s emergence is Timely – IMANI

The third India-Africa Summit recently held in New Delhi, created history by being the largest Africa summit ever held in India. Based on a...

The growing and production of Quality coffee with zero carbon

Grupo Dpaschoal deals mostly in the automotive industry, but in 1980 it branched out into agriculture when Daterra was born, with the express goal...

Uganda’s Coffee Takes African Market

Head of Mission USAID, Mark Meassick, centre, and the deputy director, Economic Development USAID, Maness Carmelta, inspecting a stall during the Uganda Coffee...
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Government to adopt new measures to ease traffic

He said road traffic in the country had moved from 40,000 a few years ago to 400,000 and government needed to take immediate steps...

Rwf300m was realized from an online coffee auction

Farmers and buyers attend the online coffee auction at Cafe Neo in Kacyiru. The auction attracted buyers from the US, S.Africa and the...

Ghana Government equips 150 coffee farmers with free inputs

Govt has presented free farm inputs to coffee farmers in Dormaa Municipality of the Brong-Ahafo Region. The items includes 436 bags of fertilizers, an unspecified...

CRIG says Ghana?s annual coffee export are insufficient

Dr George Opoku, the Deputy Director of the Cocoa Research Institute of Ghana (CRIG), has said that the country is recording huge annual deficits...
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Rwanda to diversify tea, coffee to boost exports

Rwanda is diversifying its two main cash crops tea and coffee in a bid to increase exports and achieve its export promotion strategy. The...

Miguel?s Coffee music video is out

Miguel?s ?Coffee? music video is finally out. First teased with a preview early last month, the visuals arrived in full on Tuesday, June 16,...

How Mukantwari’s hopes of becoming an agronomist crumbled

Mukantwari inspects sorted coffee beans, above. The dealer with farmers, below. (Peterson Tumwebaze) How it all started Mukantwari dreamt of becoming an agronomist while growing up...
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Forum Held To Review Agricultural Extension Policy

The Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MOFA), in collaboration with the Modernizing Extension and Advisory Services (MEAS) Project and the USAID/Ghana Feed the Future...

Daily coffee intake could be KILLING your brain

Did you know that there's an ingredient in your daily coffee that could be KILLING your brain? In fact, this ingredient is so toxic...

Preparing coffee out of sand

?In Jordan, people make coffee out of sand. Here is How. This method?can also be used to make Turkish coffee. According to a New York...

Rwandan specialty coffee now on sale

Photos on exhibition in the cafe include Rwandans who work in a coffee plantation in Rwanda. (Courtesy) The opening was presided over by Stijn...

Coffee exports in Uganda to fall due to dry weather

Coffee is a major source of foreign exchange for the country, which is Africa?s number one exporter of coffee and predominantly cultivates the robusta...

Uganda to introduce new coffee policy

A farmer sorts red cherries. The government wants to implement a new policy to develop the coffee sector. (File) ?Coffee is an important cash crop...
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Coffee Prices Rose At Auction In Kenya

The East African nation produces speciality beans used by roasters to blend with beans from other countries. Meanwhile, the maximum price of the top...
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Uganda?s December coffee exports declines

The source said UCDA forecast that December exports will also fall to 240,000 bags from 257,976 bags shipped in the same month in 2013,...

COCOSHE spearhead anti-bushfire literacy campaign

The Ghana Cocoa, Coffee and Shea Nut Farmers Association (COCOSHE) Wednesday launched an anti-bushfire literacy campaign, aimed at appealing to people?s conscience to desist...