CABI hosts first ever youth in agriculture stakeholders networking event in Lusaka, Zambia

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The majority of Zambia’s 19.5 million citizens rely upon agriculture for all or part of their livelihoods with the country’s 1.5 million smallholder farmers – of which 20% are headed by women – dominating the sector with maize being the main staple crop.
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Enabling smallholder farmers’ easy access to agro-inputs: A CABI success story in Luweero District, Uganda

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Brian Semata is a young smallholder farmer in Uganda. He is a married man with one child who has been working with CABI, as part of its project with the Zirobwe Agaliawamu Agri-business Training Association (ZAABTA), to help other smallholder farmers have greater access to agro-inputs.
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CABI participates in WTO panel discussion on challenges and opportunities for smallholder farmers in international trade

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CABI has shared its expertise in agriculture value chain development and market access as part of a panel discussion highlighting smallholder farmers facilitation in international trade organised by the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Informal Working Group on Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSMEs). The event was held to celebrate MSME Day 2023.
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