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By MGoth On Thursday, January 22nd, 2015
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Somaliland:Prof Geedoole Inaugurates Agriculture Institute in Togdheer Region

By Goth Mohamed Goth Somaliland Minister of Agriculture Prof. Farah Elmi Geedoole today in a well-attended ceremony inaugurated the Agricultural institute in Burao,T ogdheer region. Dr. Ahmed Haji Hassan Awad the More...

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By MGoth On Friday, March 29th, 2013
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Somalia : Will Somalia get enough rain

JOHANNESBURG,  – Parts of southern Somalia are yet to recover from the battering they took in 2010-2011, when severe drought followed excessive rain, and now the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS More...

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By MGoth On Thursday, February 28th, 2013
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Africa: AfDB Commits US $57.66 Million Towards Food Security Program in Horn of Africa

Four million pastoralists to benefit in the first five years NAIROBI, Kenya, February 27, 2013/ — The African Development Bank (http://www.afdb.org) today signed a US $57.66-million loan agreement for the More...

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By Qalinle Hussein On Wednesday, August 1st, 2012
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Somaliland: Rains bring relief in Berbera after three years but drought remains

Berbera International Airport, Berbera, Somaliland (Photo: Yusuf Dahir) BURAO — A moderate rainfall brought some relief on Monday night in the seaport town of Berbera and surrounding spots after three years More...

Karmjeet Sekhon, project manager for Indian food company Karuturi Global, with crops in Ethiopia's Gambella province. Photograph: John Vidal for the Guardian
By Abdiqani On Sunday, March 20th, 2011
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ETHIOPIA: Rush to buy deal of the century farmland

Locals move out as international contractors seize opportunities offered by government to lease farmland at knockdown rates GAMBELLA — It’s the deal of the century: £150 a week to lease more than More...