BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe, March 12 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Despite a dry year, Sazini Moyo's maize crop had been pushing up tassels and she anticipated a decent harvest - until her farm outside Bu
Teff, an ancient grain from Ethiopia and Eritrea, has been growing in popularity across the world in recent years.
A disaster is looming in Zimbabwe following a severe drought that has left most of the planted maize crop for the current season either moisture-stressed or being declared a write-off.
Kenya has developed a strategy to streamline the potato value chains in order to boost food security and revenues for small-holder farmers, officials said on Thursday.
At least 7 million Zimbabweans, or almost half of the country's population, face hunger this year due to drought and will require food aid, a senior government official said Thursday.
An influx of counterfeit and sub-standard seeds have worsened food insecurity in sub-Saharan Africa, a trade organization official said on Thursday.
The World Food Programme has spent a total of $147m in the last three years in purchasing food rations in Uganda. Last year, the UN agency announced Uganda as a major hub for purchasing food.
Millions of people in the Horn of Africa have been suffering through a prolonged drought at the same time that the administration’s expected federal budget proposal could threaten lifesaving U.S.
The United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization fears that an outbreak of fall armyworm in Zimbabwe will affect food security in a country where more than 5 million are already in need of foo
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