From the Fields and into Parliament: Why Agriculture must be a Political Matter

Only if governments and administrations set the right course will the best agricultural practices come to be widely used. Agricultural cooperatives, human rights activists, companies and consultants recognise the leverage of agricultural policy and dialogue.
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Talking about climate, means talking about agriculture

In Africa droughts and other weather phenomena become more severe and more frequent. A more extreme climate threatens people and food security. Farmers and supporters are already reacting with seeds that are more adaptable, climate insurance or the establishment of enterprises. These are the risks, these are the success stories.
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Focus on West Africa: New impulses from the (agricultural) economy

Some say that nothing works without the private sector. Others say that the development policy does not work like the free market. This debate is also fuelling new initiatives in West Africa. They range from the business of manure and the trade in domestic rice to the processing of cotton and the direct purchase of cocoa from the region by German manufacturers.
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The Future of the Rural World

The future of humankind will be decided in rural areas. International experts from the world of politics, academia, the private sector and civil society and young Africans themselves share their vision, ideas and experiences.
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New ideas against hunger

Shepherds become entepreneurs, aid workers coordinate their projects via satellites, drones sow millet: people all around the word fight against hunger. Our magazine collects their ideas and experiences.
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