The Climate Resilient Green Economy Facility (CRGEF) was launched on September 10, 2012, with the intent of supporting the government’s vision of attaining a middle income economy with low carbon growth by 2025.

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Ethiopia: A double standard on land related issues

Ivory Coast: 40% of world’s cocoa under threat of destruction

Silence over Ethiopian land grab broken

Africa: Unlocking the Economic Potential of Biotechnology

Ethiopia’s grain market in danger?

Ghana: Mars Inc. awarded for promoting sustainable cocoa production

Zimbabwe: Magube and Zanu officials own massive farms after land reform

Ethiopia and Niger get $84 million agricultural assistance

Zimbabwe: Destitution and fear among remaining White farmers

Ethiopia: Agricultural sector gets positive forecast

Africa must feed itself

Egypt’s conundrum over food security and the Nile’s water

African women farmers, an untapped goldmine

Sustainable environmental development in Africa gets international backing

Ethiopia gets multi-million dollar funding for agriculture sector

Saving Africa’s lands from ever encroaching desert

Ethiopia gets multi-million dollar fund to boost coffee production

Zimbabwe: Mugabe lambasts Black farmers

Ethiopia: Fear expressed over India’s massive land grabs in Gambela

IFAD President to visit local Community Innovation Centre in Bugesera district of Rwanda

Zimbabwe: Mugabe to denounce corrupt Central Bank officials?

Niger food crisis: 7 million people affected

From Brazil to Kenya agriculture proves essential to development

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