• Saudi's Hadco Eyes Sudan, Turkey in Food Security Push
    • Reuters
    • 17 February 2009

    Saudi Arabia's Hail Agricultural Development Co (Hadco) said on Monday it would look at investing in Turkey and Kazakhstan after moving into Sudan under a government plan to ensure steady food imports.

  • Saudi Hail starts farm investment abroad in Sudan
    • Reuters
    • 16 February 2009

    Saudi private sector company Hail Agricultural Development Co (Hadco) has picked Sudan for its first investment in farming abroad under a Saudi government scheme to ensure steady food imports, it said.

  • Food: The big land sell-off
    • African Business
    • 07 February 2009

    With vast tracts of land being sold in Madagascar, and Sudan and other African governments actively seeking investors in agricultural land, are we witnessing a neo-colonial land grab or will the investment result in greater food productivity to the long-term benefit of recipient nations?

  • East Africa-Middle East invest in farmland
    • Farming UK
    • 16 January 2009

    To lure investment dollars, the Sudan government has removed import duties on agricultural equipment being imported into the country.

  • Foreigners farm for themselves in a hungry Africa
    • Los Angeles Times
    • 28 September 2008

    Some of the world's richest nations are coming to grow crops and export the yields, hoping to turn the global epicenter of malnutrition into a breadbasket for themselves.

  • Send a letter calling on the financial backers of Agilis Partners to stop the land grabs and human rights violations against the Kiryandongo community in Uganda
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