Coastal Tanzania: A Westerners Perspective-Part 2 Rural Tanzania

December 27, 2013 10:53 am0 comments by:
Coastal Tanzania: A Westerners Perspective-Part 2 Rural Tanzania

In part 2 of my travel piece to the Swahili Coast of Tanzania I will be discussing the variety of events and experiences that made my trip so memorable. The reason I decided to break these testimonials into three separate parts is the vast difference between the urban areas, namely Dar es Salaam, the rural lanscapes, which I will discuss in this piece, and the island of Zanzibar, which will be the final installment of this submission.

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The underestimated potential of agribusiness in Africa

July 5, 2013 1:24 am0 comments by:
The underestimated potential of agribusiness in Africa

With the globe reaching 9 billion people by 2050 and food commodity prices climbing to record levels, “investment is essential for the growth of the agricultural sector if there is to be enough food to feed the world population”(AE Investor, 2013). The African continent, in this sense, seems to be the perfect venue to fill a gap between a skyrocketing demand and a supply that is becoming more and more scarce.

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East Africa should be Able to Feed Itself

June 5, 2013 12:16 pm1 comment by:
East Africa should be Able to Feed Itself

In trying to understand change it is always necessary to understand what has remained the same. Looking at how the East African Community is creating exciting opportunities at the moment, it is still sad to.

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