Youth Empowerment Through Agribusiness: Advocacy Meeting in Kinondoni Engages Tens of Participants

In May 2024, approximately 58 youth participated in an advocacy meeting to introduce them to TAAT’s technologies and agribusiness concepts. The event commenced with welcoming remarks from Mr. Mohamedi Hinja, the CCM Parents Secretary from Mabwepande ward. He emphasized the importance

IITA-supported youth in Tanzania finds beauty in agriculture, flies and organic wastes

For many young people, agriculture is not a desirable career, but a group of young men in Tanzania have embraced it, reaping rewards and creating jobs. Otaigo Elisha, a 32-year-old MSc. Environmental Economics graduate, partnered with three university classmates to start

Empowering Youth Entrepreneurs: ENABLE TAAT Training Transforms Agribusiness in TSF Countries

The recent training workshop organized by ENABLE TAAT (Empowering Novel Agribusiness-Led Employment for African Youth within the Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation) in TSF (Tropical South and West Africa) countries has marked a significant milestone in fostering youth entrepreneurship within the

Transforming Agriculture In Kenya: The Success of Kilimo Biashara Expo 2024

During the 2024 Kilimo Biashara Expo, the Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) initiative made a significant impact by participating and showcasing technologies from the Beans, Maize, and Orange Fleshed Sweet Potato (OFSP) compacts. The Kilimo Biashara Expo is an annual

Amplifying Taat’s Impact: Driving Agricultural Advancements through the Demand Strategy Stakeholder Workshop in Abuja

In March, stakeholders from various sectors converged in Abuja, Nigeria, for the Demand Strategy Stakeholder workshop organized by the Policy Innovation Center (PIC). The workshop, a beacon of collaboration and innovation, aimed to explore avenues for leveraging technology to enhance farmers'

Empowering Africa’s Youth in Agriculture in Benin: ENABLE TAAT’s Mission

One of the primary obstacles faced by young entrepreneurs is the scarcity of arable land coupled with its declining fertility. Moreover, financial constraints often thwart their access to chemical fertilizers, exacerbating the situation. These vital inputs are not always readily available

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