A $5 billion Exim Bank of India fund to support Africa's agriculture development through the "Feed Africa" project seems to fit into the Africa Development Bank's plans to improve the agriculture sector
Karuturi Flower Farm in Naivasha has started negotiations for an out of court settlement with its creditors. The move is expected to kick-start the revival of the flower farm which was put under receivership in 2014.
Fed up with local officials denying their demand for land, 40 women decided to form a collective and start farming a plot near their village of Pallur, India’s southern state of Tamil Nadu. As of March 2017, about 300,000 women were farming more than 51,000 hectares of land in collectives.
Des associations de la communauté anuak exhortent les gouvernements éthiopien et indien à arrêter leurs négociations avec Karuturi Global Ltd et à faire en sorte que l’entreprise quitte définitivement Gambela et les autres régions d’Éthiopie.
Anuak organisations, with the strong support of international civil society, call on the governments of Ethiopia and India to cease negotiations with Karuturi Global Ltd and to ensure that the company fully exits Gambela and other parts of Ethiopia.
The Ethiopian Horticulture and Agricultural Investment Authority says it is negotiating with Karuturi Global over a request to continue operations in Ethiopia, after long disagreement with the company about its 100,000 hectare farm project in Gambela Region.