Global Africans need to join revolutionary forces towards putting an end to the disruptive GMO agricultural practices that IITA is using to control Africa's food supply
InformAfrica reports on how the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) is destroying Africa’s traditional agriculture and limiting food biodiversity on the continent, with the introduction of their controversial and health risky genetic engineering practices.
Nollywood is becoming a popular tool used to influence Nigerians and Africans to adopt just about anything, including GMO foods, a health risk.
There is a new food crop in town called “Vitamin A Cassava” or “Yellow Cassava”, that was genetically developed by HarvestPlus under the guise of helping Nigerians and Africans to end lack of food nutrition; and they have hired Nollywood actors to help promote the farming and consumption of the new genetically engineered food crop.
Water levels in Kenya’s Lake Naivasha are on the rise following the conservation efforts by various stakeholders around the lake to conserve it. Flower farms, fishermen and farmers at catchment areas are running joint restoration efforts aimed at limiting pollution and wastage of the lake’s water.
A study commissioned and coordinated by the Eastern Africa Grain Council and the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has shown that Kenya’s agricultural sector is more protected through higher tariffs than any other sector in the region.
Malawi’s Ministry of Agriculture is set to receive for the first time 10 million dollars in loan from OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) for a rural livelihood and economic enhancement project set to benefit 24,000 rural farming households.