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Namibia benchmarks on artificial insemination in Botswana

Foreign Relations have always been strong between Botswana and Namibia. This is why when the Namibians embarked on a benchmarking journey to Botswana not only did they accomplish the objectives set for their trip but strengthened the bond that already existed between the two countries.

The Namibian delegation comprised of representatives from the Regional Agricultural and Environment Initiatives Network-Africa (RAEIN-Africa) and officers from different government departments such as Directorate of Veterinary Services, Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry, Central Veterinary...Read more >>


Climate change forces Malawi farmers to fly without perching

There is an interesting technology being tested at an agriculture college in Malawi, which resembles a scenario in a popular book called “Things Fall Apart” by a famous West African author called ChinuaAchebe.

In the book, a character called Nwakibie says to a main character Okonko that since men have learned to shoot without missing, birds have learnt to fly without perching.

The moral behind the adage is that, one must learn to adapt to the environment. Agriculture experts at Bunda College in Malawi, a small country in the South East tip of Africa are n...Read more >>