HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE ReNAPRI CONFERENCE 2023

The just concluded ReNAPRI Conference, held from the 14th to the 16th of November, 2023, at the Elephant Hills Resort in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, was a resounding success, bringing together experts, policymakers, and stakeholders to deliberate on crucial issues facing the food system in Africa. The three-day event featured a diverse range of sessions, discussions, and celebrations that encapsulated the spirit of collaboration, innovation, and progress.

Research and Development are key to Resilient Food Systems in Africa

By Lulama Ndibongo Traub, Thomas Jayne & Wandile Sihlobo. This article was first published on The Conversation on August 1st 2021 What will it take to build sustainable, resilient food systems in African countries? This was among the questions considered at the 2021 United Nations Food Systems Pre-Summit in late July. The summit, the first of its kind in this century, …

More research needed to reduce crop pestilence

By Notícias. 20 November 2017. Originally posted in Portuguese; translated using Google Translate services. Research and the development of research projects are one of the alternatives to reduce the harmful effects of pests, which contribute to the destruction of 30 percent of national agricultural production. The point of view was defended by University Dean Eduardo Mondlane (UEM), Orlando Quilambo, who …

2nd Annual Stakeholders Conference a Success

ReNAPRI successfully hosted the 2nd Annual ReNAPRI Stakeholders Conference in Maputo, Mozambique from 27th-28th October 2015 under the theme “Anticipating the Future of Agriculture in the Region: Outlook for Maize, Wheat, Sugar and Rice” at the VIP Grand Hotel. The meeting attracted the participation of 123 registered participants namely; private sectors players, policy makers, development partners and civil society organizations …