Category Archives: Resources

Entrepreneurship, a Pathway to Decent Livelihood

Entrepreneurship is the change of mindset, ability to take a risk, willingness to gain capacity, develop an idea, organize and manage a business venture. In which case the following words are important to be understood: 1. Mindset, 2. Risk, 3. Willingness, 4. Capacity, 5. Idea, 6. Manage, 7. Business Venture. https://africaagribusinessacademy.files.wordpress.com/2017/04/aaa_enterpreneurship-a-pathway-to-decent-and-sustainable-livelihood_05042017.pdf  

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Global Gap Certification

GAP stands for Global Good Agricultural Practices. Global Gap integrated Farm assurance (IFA) Standard covers the certification of the  whole agricultural production process from when the plant is in the ground( origin and propagation material control points) or from when the  animal enters the production process – livestock https://africaagribusinessacademy.files.wordpress.com/2017/04/aaa_global-gap-certification_30032017.pdf

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How to pitch and get funded

A pitch is a presentation by one or more people to  prospective investors. Its purpose is to; maximize an opportunity at-hand, grab your audience’s attention and leave them wanting to know more, to tell a story, to share your passion for your business opportunity, to share your personality, to communicate the confidence you have in your business and to set

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Crops, Browse and Pollinators in Africa: An Initial Stock-taking

Pollination is an ecosystem service that is key to food security. Pollinators are essential for many fruit and vegetable crops. In agriculture, especially amongst pollen-limited crops, promoting pollination services is a means of increasing productivity without resorting to expensive agricultural inputs of pesticides or herbicides. Indeed, pollination services are most likely underpinning productivity in many crops without farmers even recognising

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