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3 questions to Matthieu Brun, Head of studies at Club Demeter, doctor in political science, associate researcher at the laboratory “Les Afriques dans le Monde” and at the Institut de recherche et d’études Méditerranée-Moyen-Orient. Demeter is an international and cross-sector think tank dedicated to global food issues. The Covid-19 crisis has highlighted the shortcomings of […]

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On 29 July, FAO launched a platform against food loss and waste. In addition to providing access to the institution’s resources on losses and waste, the online platform now makes it possible for everyone to observe the geographical distribution of this phenomenon, to integrate a discussion forum and to obtain advice on the subject. This […]

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 3 questions to… Dieu Donné OKALAS OSSAMI, E-Tumba CEO. What led you to develop this project? What objective have you set yourself through E-Tumba? Today, in order to be accompanied in his daily production activity, the African farmer has a technical sheet (i.e. the “cotton” sheet, the “maize” sheet) combining his own references and those […]

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Afruibana wishes you a happy new year. May it be for you, at any level, an opportunity for development and fulfillment. 2020 will be a decisive year for the African fruit sectors, with the conclusion of the post-Cotonou Agreement negotiations and the definition of cooperation budgets that will sustainably shape political and economic relations between ACP countries and the European Union. Faced with an explosion of […]

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ACP-EU partnership with the Post-Cotonou agreement

3 questions to… Alfonso Medinilla, European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM) What are the main issues of the ACP-EU partnership with the Post-Cotonou agreement? To understand what is at stake with the Post-Cotonou agreement, we need to make a step back and see how the political and economic landscape has changed since 2000. African […]

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