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So far Diana Ngaira has created 15 blog entries.

September 2016

FoodTrade ESA Bi-weekly Newsletter – Wed. 14th Sept. 2016

By | September 21st, 2016|News, Our Stories|

FoodTrade ESA Bi-weekly Newsletter - Wed. 14th Sept. 2016

Commercialising the beans value chain; early benefits realised by women in the value chain

By | September 9th, 2016|Our Blog, Our Stories|

Zinduka Women Group is located in South-West Mbeya Rural District, Mshewe ward, in Tanzania. It was registered in 2011 with the support from the Mbeya District Council, who provided initial trainings in agricultural production. The group comprises 30 members who are mentoring 20 other female youth (Zinduka Youth Group) with the purpose of grooming them [...]

Improved storage providing flexibility to farmers and private sector off-takers; benefits of participating in the GSoko system

By | September 9th, 2016|Our Blog, Our Stories, Uncategorized|

Partners within the GSoko system are already realising early benefits from aggregation and warehouse certification. NAFICS Grain Trading Ltd. (Nafics) has been a member of the Eastern African Grain Council (EAGC) since its inception. We talked to the Head of Operations, Paul Musembi, to find out more about the early successes that the company is [...]

July 2016

The Eastern African Grain Council and FoodTrade East & Southern Africa Launch the G-Soko Grain Trade Business Directory

By | July 21st, 2016|Announcements, News, Press Releases|

Regional business directory unveiled at Tripartite Free Trade Area (TFTA) Agricultural Trade Policy meeting.   Nairobi, Kenya, 21st July 2016. The Eastern Africa Grain Council (EAGC) in partnership with UK-funded FoodTrade East & Southern Africa (FoodTrade ESA) launched the G-Soko Grain Trade Business Directory on the sidelines of the fourteenth session of the United Nations [...]

June 2016

FoodTrade ESA and YAPASA host Public-Private policy dialogue on the soybean value chain in Zambia

By | June 30th, 2016|Announcements, News|

Soybean is one of the world’s most important and traded oilseed, and is highly valued in its processed form as a source of edible oil, as well as a high quality protein for animal feed in the poultry and pig industries. There is a growing market for human consumption of processed soybean in forms such [...]