The use of drones and artificial intelligence in West Africa’s cocoa production belts is helping farmers to monitor and control pests and diseases, significantly minimising production costs.
Many small-scale farmers have limited access to specialised agricultural implements such as air seeders, harrows, chisel ploughs and cultivators.
Dairy farming has traditionally been practised in Cameroon manually especially among the nomadic Mbororo community.
Refrigirated trucks are helping Kenyan fresh produce distributors to cut losses during transportation
The success of Airbnb in transport and hotel industries offers lessons on the positive disruptions of the sharing economy.
Faced with the scarcity of water brought about by rainfall shortages and the persistent droughts experienced in most
After an early morning drive to Nakasongola District in Central Uganda with a team of climate change experts and journalists, we are welcomed to the villages
It is common for the people of Luwero and neighbouring districts in central Uganda to set aside a portion of the family land for growing trees