Over 600 regional and international industry leaders are scheduled to convene in Dar es Salaam on Wednesday for the Agribusiness Congress East Africa, seek find http://clipvoice.it/administrator/components/com_config/controller.php to share best practices and discuss strategic plans relating to regional growth and market accessibility in the East African agricultural corridors.
The two-day meeting offers a platform for investors, there donor community, healing input suppliers, government, farmers of all scales and all professionals involved in the agricultural value chain, looking for sustainable cost effective solutions, trade partners and opportunities that will set East Africa into an agricultural hub.
According to Melissa Bender, Agribusiness Congress East Africa Marketing Manager, participants will discuss strategic plans relating to regional growth, market accessibilities in the East African agricultural corridors and share best practices to overcome the critical impacts of climate change within the region.
The Agricultural Council of Tanzania (ACT), will host the third annual Agribusiness Congress East Africa under the theme, Driving regional growth and accessibility in East Africa.
Bender said a unique feature of Agribusiness Congress East 2016 conference is the roundtable discussions between the representatives of the public and private sector, presenting each industry with its own challenges and requirements in an interactive Business to Business (B2B) intimate dialogue.
Discussions will focus on enabling frameworks of land reforms, accessing finance and identifying investment partners, modernizing smallholder farming, Climate actions and post-harvest loss, processing and storing transport logistics, market access and trading.
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The legislator who is standing retain the seat on an independent ticket referred to last week’s road accident involving one of her convoy vehicles and a construction company truck, order noting that she could no longer guarantee her own safety.
The vehicle which was carrying the MP’s public address equipment was according to police, knocked from behind by a Reynolds Construction Company truck at Kyanamira along the Kabale-Mbarara road.
Hon Ninsiima while speaking to Chimpreports yesterday said she believed the accident was an attempt on her life.
“I am not taking what happened on Friday lightly. That is why I have asked the DPC Kabale to thoroughly investigate the driver to know what was his motive was,” said Ninsiima.
Dickens Bindeba, the Kabale district police commander says investigations into the accident are underway.
Six people on the Isuzu Elfu were critically injured and rushed to Kabale Hospital after it was hit from behind by the RCC ATECO truck.